The Projection series is an exploration about how saturated light, projection, pattern and color relate to the figure. The artist David Reed wrote extensively about technicolor light, the rich way in which the contemporary viewer interacts with imagery via a screen, versus the historical illumination of natural light. My experience of color and projected light is experienced thought light: a television, a computer screen, a projector, or a phone. I am particularly influenced by the true crime shows that I obsessively consume through a device. Similar to my paintings, in each episode, the body is always the catalyst in the narrative.

Little Luminous
Little Luminous

6" x 8" oil on wood panel 2017 (quarter to show size)

Projection Protection
Projection Protection

5" x 7" acrylic on wood panel 2016 in floating white frame

Skinny Lumens - detail
Skinny Lumens - detail

8" x 24" oil on canvas (detail shown) 2017

Skinny Lumens
Skinny Lumens

8" x 24" (9" x 25" framed) oil on canvas in floating white frame 2017

Little Luminous
Little Luminous

6" x 8" oil on wood panel 2017

Rhinoplasty
Rhinoplasty

oil on wood panel

detail of Rhinoplasty
detail of Rhinoplasty
detail of Rhinoplasty
detail of Rhinoplasty
The Earring
The Earring

oil on wood panel, 2016

The Earring, detail
The Earring, detail
Portrait of my father as G.W.
Portrait of my father as G.W.

graphite drawing

Installation of "Earrings"
Installation of "Earrings"

oil on wood panel and framed graphite drawing

The Bedazzled One
The Bedazzled One

oil on wood panel, 2016

detail of Bedazzled One
detail of Bedazzled One

oil on panel

Installation of "The Bedazzled One"
Installation of "The Bedazzled One"

oil on wood panel, 2016

Two-headed husband
Two-headed husband

graphite on paper