Her current body of work uses fishing nets as metaphorical lenses through which she distills patterns and through-lines in seemingly unrelated realms. Holding together, or disconnecting and falling apart; visualizing how vibrations on a distant point travel and reverberate along lines of connection. In our time where linkages are dissolving all around us, how can we build back interconnectivity and mend the nets within our personal and collective ecosystems?
Acrylic paint, cut paper, dried plant material, plastic garbage
36" x 36"
Acrylic paint, dried plant material, bark beetle tailings, cut paper, plastic garbage on wood panel
48" x 36"
Acrylic paint, dried plant material, cut paper, dirt, plastic garbage, bark beetle tailings, screws, vintage fishing gaff hook on wood panel
46.5" x 27"