My first 30 foot drawing.
There are a great many types of bees. The particular bee in this painting is called a solitary bee and has a green furry back. She and her kind place their young in hollow reeds. They create a wax next inside, fill it with honey and larvae, cap it off and place another on top. […]
Litterscape was a one time collaborative, viewer-interactive temporary installation with artists Heidi Haire, Jeffrey Hemming, and Johnson Hunt. On Friday, April 2nd 2010, gallery goers were invited to embellish murals of Florida landscape beach scenes with their choice of refuse. The artists collected litter and organized it by color onto the shape of a “painter’s […]
Using the materials and methods familiar to Archaeologists we surveyed the Urban landscape for clues into the lives of those who made an impact on a particular site. Rather than unearthing/discovering artifacts from the ancient past, we discover artifacts from the recent past, weeks, days, or often only hours previous to our arrival. We have […]
I was living in Florida and looking for an orange as a model for another painting. I couldn’t find a FL orange! This is a painting of 3 oranges, one from Peru, another Australia and the third from Argentina… None even from California. This painting is for the locavores out there.
Oil on Canvas 3 x 4′ The inspiration for this work comes from industrial processes. Raw materials are dug out of the earth and smoke stacks send altered particles that have lived underground for millennia into the sky. This mixing-bowl approach to the elements, landscape and atmosphere drives our technological advancements. We have become so […]
Medium: Oil on Canvas Dimensions: 40” x 30” Date: 2008 Researchers are not sure exactly what is causing the decline of the bumble bee and colony collapse disorder (CCD). Pesticide use on crops is the prime suspect. This painting features a crop duster spewing the poison onto the fruits and vegetables, nuts, berries, and seeds […]