Light Shift

Light Shift was created in 2020 for Moody Center for the Arts’ West façade windows with transparent and opaque strips of overlapping vinyl that spans almost 100 feet. For many of us, suddenly stuck at home during the pandemic, the views outside our window, our backyards and parks have become even more important to us. … Continued

We are Living on a Star

We are Living On A Star is inspired in part by handmade textiles including American quilts and Islamic tiling, while the color palette is inspired by the big blue skies of Texas and its sparkling swimming holes and vast horizons. Created with hand-cut, glazed Elgin butler brick. The design is tied to the proportions of … Continued

Kedzie Jewel

Kedzie Jewel transforms the original Chicago Transit Authority’s Kedzie Green Line Station into a space of color. Replacing 44 of the original clear windows with panes of glass the color of sunsets and summer days energizes the outdoor platforms and renews the architecture throughout the shifting light of the day and seasons. Seen from the … Continued

Recreational Geometry

Recreational Geometry is a site-specific hand-painted installation that spans a 13 foot tall, 29-foot long wall. Combining painting, found and repurposed materials, and free hanging, cut and painted canvas shapes, the installation brings layers of objects and pattern together to form a vibrant whole that balances a serious formalism with a playful indulgence in color … Continued

Sharks Tooth

Sharks Tooth a hand-cut, double layered painting. It’s palette and angles are in part influenced by the deep blue reflective architecture of the towering glass office buildings of modern cities, but the palette is open, inclusive and optimistic with colors that are bright and celebratory. Inspired in part by handmade textiles from America, Africa and … Continued

Vertical Landscape

Vertical Landscape was created for the US Embassy in Kabul Afghanistan. The 24-foot tall cut-canvas painting hangs on a two story stonewall within the embassy, and was designed to be read from bottom to top. The painting contains references to the natural resources and beauty of Afghanistan, overlaid and intertwined with geometric patterns referencing the … Continued

Pedestrian Geometries

Pedestrian Geometries lines eight blocks of 3rd Street from the Austin Convention Center to Shoal Creek. Comprised of six iconic geometric forms the 25 hand-cut glazed brick sculptures change in scale, color and pattern from block to block, marking 3rd Street as a unique stretch of downtown Austin. The sculptures highlight the integrity and history … Continued