Pencil drawing from sketchbook drawn from taxidermied animal from the Natural History Museum in Milan.
Pencil drawing from imagination.
Pencil drawing from sculpture at Walnut and 2nd Street at the Mercantile Building in Philadelphia.
Pen and ink on paper.
Ball point pen on paper - sketches from Academy of Natural Science in Philadelphia.
Ball point pen on paper sketch.
Installation view of group of drawings - Drawing for It at Spector Projects in Philadelphia.
Pencil drawing - detail from installation view of group of drawings - Drawing for It at Spector Projects in Philadelphia.
Pen and ink drawing as preparation for screenprint.
Pen and ink.
Watercolor on screenprint.
An ongoing research project inspired by maritime history, searfaring and crypotzoology.
Invited to do a maritime installation aboard the Gazela, a Portuguese cod fishing boat that is now docked in Philadelphia. Installation included drawings, books, paintings, and objects.
Shots from aquariums, natural history museums & historical ephemera along with my own drawings & prints.
Pen and ink on paper
Installation in Milan, Italy.
Projects that muse on the murderous deitritus floating amidst our watery depths.
Screenprinted monoprint, 22 x 30 inches.
Screenpring, 22 x 30 inches
Screenprint, 22 x 40 - hand drawn original color separations
Rattus norvegicus tergum; screenprint.
Inspired by a 1970s childhood. Installation of games of telephone and photobooths to play.
Screenprint and letterpress on paper by French Paper company. 32 pages; dimensions 11 inches by 15 inches.
Italian marbeled paper; screenprinted image, detail.
Book made from dollar store sponges and photgraphic printed textiles floating in oil pan + water.
An artist book and poster created by artist inspired by Jonathan Swift, A Tale of the Tub created for the Pairing Project, specifically the Battel of the Books.
Read Swift’s Battle of the Books here: https://www.gutenberg.org/files/623/623-h/623-h.htm#startoftext
Inspired by the Battle of the Book, this is the family tree of war. Digital Print, 18 x 24 inches.
The artist holding the leather bound pamplet with screenprint title in gold at the opening at the Wagner Museum in Philadelphia.
Detail of book cover - tinted cover of book from Penn Library.
Wonderful image from text called Wonderworld showing aquatic creatures.