Fossil mica, graphite, ink, on paper 31x66x3” 2014

Clock – Ocean, Ferns, Fossil

Ocean graphite, ink, wire, pins on paper 30Hx66Wx5D” 2014

Ocean graphite, ink, wire, pins on paper 30Hx66Wx5D” 2014

Ferns   watercolor, graphite, ink, wire, on paper 45Hx30Wx2D”  2014

Ferns watercolor, graphite, ink, wire, on paper 45Hx30Wx2D” 2014

Fossil mica, graphite, ink, on paper 31x66x3” 2014

Fossil mica, graphite, ink, on paper 31x66x3” 2014

These pieces deal with our construct of measuring time. We have mentally divided the continuum into small segments that relate to organizing our lives, but there are many ways of measuring what it means to move forward and most are either too rapid or too long for us humans to find useful. Fossil and Ocean are macro and nano measures on the continuum that we call time while Ferns is a cyclical measure. But who’s counting anyway?

Fossil detail  Fossil detail

Ferns detail  Ferns detail