Done for ACCO’s One to One program, this piece promotes Wilson Jones’ InView Binder.
Illinois has the most nucleaur power plants out of any state in America with thirteen. This series has one mug dedicated for each power plant in Illinois 5″ tall Stoneware, artificial grassSome of the pieces from this series are available for sale.
Urban life protrayed in this oil pastel with plastic and metal frame. 22″ x 17″ oil pastel, masonite, plastic, turnbuckles, wireSale for this artwork is negotiable
A web of strings connecting 8 cans evokes communication on several levels. One being the ol’ can and strings. You can actually hear another person speaking. A group of people can hear everyone else. This is very interesting when considering that the “web” also functions as a metaphor for the internet. 12′ wide 5′ tall …
Two concepts merge together in one artwork: 1) Twister: nut and screw (the nut twists around) 2) Twister: landscape with dramatic weather conditions implies a tornado is nearby The medium supports these two concepts: 1) The frame is made from construction horse wood. These construction materials implies the damage done by a twister. 2) The …
Art that people can wear around the gallery to encourage talking about art. Once you wear the shirt you take on the personality of that artwork. 5’7″ x 2′ x 2′ t-shirts, puffy paint, hangers, wood, hardware, laserprintThis artwork has been sold to multiple collectors
Handbuilding assignment to combine two pinchpots. A golden screw holds the two parts together. 4″ Stoneware, hardwareSale for this artwork is negotiable
The last painting I did in college. A play on flat areas and 3-d creating an eerie mood. Just a fun overall painting. 18 x 24″ acrylic on canvasThis artwork is in the collection of Jake Veness
balance, precariousness 12.5″ x 13.5″ x 2.5″ golf clubs, wood, string, paperSale for this artwork is negotiable
4″ x 19.5″ x 10″ street sign, construction horseSale for this artwork is negotiable
Positioned by the exit of the gallery, visitors can humorously rid the visions of the artwork left in their eyes by the artwork they had just seen. This is a tongue-in-cheek commentary on the notion that certain artwork can have a negative impact on its viewers. 12″ x 11.5″ x 3″ found eyewash station, laminated …