Another Death in Sector 4Living the individualized life from the cradle to the grave.
Space PilgrimLithograph that depicts a modern retelling of John Bunyan's The Pilgrim's Progress in a style that is reminiscent of medieval imagery.
Death CycleA lithograph that captures the essence of a fox as it lingers precariously between the spiritual world and inevitable decay. One of these prints is a part of the Bethel University permanent art collection.
Information OverloadWoodcut of a dystopian society in which people are inundated with an excess of media.
RosieParaody of the iconic "We Can Do It!" World War II propaganda poster of Rosie the Riveter. Executed in a traditional Japanese woodblock printing style.
Psalms for the PoorThis piece featured a laser cut dollar bill and was a part of the Raspberry Monday jurried show at Bethel University.
A Speck of Time and SpaceEdition of three lithographs that explore the concept of limited awareness in the context of a vast universe. A speck in the bottom right corner of each print is labeled with the exact time of its completion.
The Silent ConcertThe initial intaglio print that inspired the creation of How to Explain Art to Small Rodents.
Seeing is BelievingFact. Fiction. Television.
How to Explain Art to Small RodentsA book/gallery curated around the topics of art theft and vandalism.