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About the Artist

I make mostly assemblages, building the enclosures, using found and recycled materials, and creating my own missing elements. I do appreciate the current more abstract creative work, made or performed by artists, which pushes boundaries and breaks new ground and can also imagine that there will be many possible exciting future art forms. But I also love to look back at the folk art and outsider art, things made by people with no formal art education and feel nostalgic about the past, which is being lost. And old things still fascinate me - how well they are (usually) made, how well they function, the patina and wear, and the history they reveal. Therefore I try to incorporate them into my work as much as possible. Lives and works in Kent, CT.

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Fumeurs Recycled wood, hand-cut metal moving figures 

Fumeurs
Recycled wood, hand-cut metal moving figures 
19" x 14" x 6"
2017

You reap what you sow

You reap what you sow
white paint, mannequin hand, square nails, butterfly wing, in a recycled frame
18" x 25" x 5"
2020

30 Degrees of disintegration

30 Degrees of disintegration
Seedpods, barbed wire, paint, and recycled wood
18" x 25" x 5"
2020

Fumeurs Recycled wood, hand-cut metal moving figures 

Fumeurs
Recycled wood, hand-cut metal moving figures 
19" x 14" x 6"
2017

You reap what you sow

You reap what you sow
white paint, mannequin hand, square nails, butterfly wing, in a recycled frame
18" x 25" x 5"
2020

30 Degrees of disintegration

30 Degrees of disintegration
Seedpods, barbed wire, paint, and recycled wood
18" x 25" x 5"
2020

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