From 2000 – 2002, I collected baker's chocolate, hair that fell from my head, and lint from my clothes dryer. These collections
related to work around the house, time passing, fears, and desires. They were symbolic of what we discard and what we lose as a result.
As markers of time, the images recall what falls away and what is gained. Seventeen years later, I am revisiting these collections.
The chocolate has become lush and abundant, taking on different shapes, at times upright, balanced, tentative, absent.
Enigmatic and mysterious, the images now glow, with vibrancy and stature.
See 'Chocolate, Hair and Lint'
WHITE 2014 - (in progress)
FABRIC (SQUARES) 2013
TURKISH SLIPPER 2016 - (in progress)