The Loss Series

“What’s in a Rose?”

What happens when we look at the glass half empty? This piece is the first in a series exploring the concept of loss, of the voids in our life, of fragility and bounded time.   Hidden in the background are fragments of light in my unique parallax perspective, so that as the viewer changes his vantage point in relation to the canvas, the light itself appears to change.

Silk and cotton fabrics on gallery wrapped canvas.

(2015)

43 ½” x 56”

$7000

“A Kiss Goodbye”

Created as the second in my series on love and loss, this is the moment of parting. Set into a background that on first glance appears to be only emptiness, are hidden fragments of light in my unique parallax perspective, so that as the viewer changes his vantage point in relation to the canvas, the light itself appears to change.

Silk and cotton fabrics on gallery wrapped canvas.

(2015)

58” x 47”

$7000

“Contemplating the Next Move”

There comes a point when life’s chess game seems to be all about the pills: What time? Which day? How many?   With or without food? Will X conflict with Y? Side effects? This is the third in my series exploring the concept of loss, of the voids in our life, of fragility and bounded time.

Quilt composed of cotton and silk fabrics

(2015)

47” x 29”

$5000