Friday, October 15, 2010

I know its hard to tell the two toms apart.
I had a run in with the film crew for the new tom selleck show today. I am now one step closer to become pen pals with my mustached love.

bronze casting of a wood slate house. pictures to play with light.

summer in ny.

Thursday, July 8, 2010

group show.

Thursday, June 10, 2010

factory series.
My last Cooper show ever.
I'm a little obsessive compulsive and couldn't stop making dots.

Monday, May 3, 2010

I did it! I made my own wood type. It's so exciting.
It's too bad I didn't have an H... next round.

Tuesday, April 20, 2010

tribute to the best movie ever.

silkscreen on hand made abaca.

Tuesday, April 6, 2010

After printing my tents endlessly on paper, I began printing them on plaster as a way of turning print into sculpture, and combining them with small cast bronze shacks. I want to continue to layer living over each other.
I told a friend about how I really liked this person and didn't have what it took to verbally tell them, so I resorted to mailing them a post card which simply said, 'i like you, damn it'. She loved the idea of hitting on someone through the mail, and turned my idea into a knit postcard. I love this version for so many reasons, mostly because after I mailed my postcard, the recipient stopped talking to me and avoided me at all costs. I like to think of it as a funny poke at my failure, and a giant fuck you to him.

Enameled mosquito broach.

Friday, April 2, 2010

senior show.

50 states in a box.
Silkscreens of overlapping images. I like to think of it as the way I see everything around me.

Thursday, April 1, 2010

Series of photogravures.

I used to sleep in the woods, working across the road for a company doing seasonal work. Then at the end of the day crossing back across the road to my fire pit and tent. I thought it was funny the way everyone in the woods lived on top of each other, like a sea of tents and campsites, some bunched together like communities, others across the way. Most within eye shot of the rest. In a vast area we all lived over each other. Everything we did crossed.