Oil on panel, 2014, 89.5"w x 10"h x 0.75”d (total for all 10 pieces)
Growing up in the suburbs, I spent a tremendous amount of time experiencing the world through the windshield of a vehicle: moving through a vast landscape of highways, roads and parking lots, always traveling toward a destination. This distant and constantly changing landscape was fleeting and surreal. This body of work has been an exploration of these non-places—the transitory parts of our landscape that lie in between. Referencing found imagery, these detached, fragmented and sometimes desolate spaces are materially explored through tactile mark making.
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