Gravestone frottage from Elmwood cemetery; This was a really moving project for me with the anonymous ‘mother’ and ‘father’ gravestones. Both that these people were completely defined by that, which I think is really beautiful in a familial sense, and that it’s painfully easy to relate to gravestones with such universal ‘names’. A total of 48 sheets over the course of several hours spent in the graveyard. No two sheets use the same grave.
‘Triad’ paintings; open assignment, and then two pieces revising it into a completely different language. About the binding qualities of friendship. Though I’m not terribly fond of the results, it was a good project, and being such an open, option assignment, was enjoyable to explore without consequence.