rocks, shells and bones, the remnants of intense life forces, are
found in my work as symbols of continuity and transformation. Recent
discoveries in physics, biology and astronomy, have challenged my
views of reality and mortaltiy. Contemplating these theories has
heightened my perception of our planet, ourselves and the interconnections
with the Cosmos. Learning about the indestructible, cyclic, and
transformative nature of energy and matter has inspired these images.
I have used the triptych form in many pieces to denote the sacredness
of this vision of our Universe.
on image for another view
Mixed media on wood
6' high x 3' wide (closed); 6' high x 9' long (open) with
View with open panels.
the permanent collection of the Tweed Museum at the University of
Minnesota, Duluth, MN