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Public Installations

My installations are designed to create a sense of place and context that transforms the environment around them. By incorporating traditional and non-traditional media such as painting, sculpture, readymades, found objects, drawing, and text, I create experiences that engage and challenge viewers in unexpected ways. My work is playful, provocative, and always thought-provoking, inviting people to explore ideas and concepts in a way that is both immersive and dynamic.


Cosmodrome Adastropopoplis Lux on the Planet Wild Clairos Nueve X

This installation was created for the front window at Hecho Gallery for the winter 2023 season exhibition.

You Scream, I Scream, We all Scream. 

Installation created for "The Trouble With Boys and Girls" shown at the Mesa Art Center Mesa Arizona, NCECA 2009.​ What if you threw a party and no one showed up? Well then you invite all your imaginary friends. 

The party takes place in an endless summer afternoon, in an imaginary land or distant dimension. Where do our imaginary friends go after we’re all grown up?

This piece is in the permanent collection of the City of Phoenix Art Museum, Airport Museum at Sky Harbor International Airport.

Paradise of the Rain God

This installation is an interpretation of the “Paradise of the Rain God Mural" from the Tepantitla complex in the ancient Mexican City of Teotihuacan. It was part of the City of Santa Fe's store front windows project which was designed as a response to the economic downturn in 2008 to fill empty storefronts with artistic installations. This installation employed ceramic sculptures, neon, electric lights on timers, fabric, wood, paint, paper and concrete elements. It was also a very hot and dry summer, oddly enough on the opening night the seasonal monsoon also began and there was a torrential downpour.

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