I call this series "GPS", as it originated with my fascination with maps.  I'm mapping the landscape, in my imagination, with layers of "trash"--food wrap, netting, book clippings--collaged on top, indicating our layers of over-building and the degradation of our natural landscape.  Acrylic and ink mimic the fluidity and indents of the water and land.

Charted but Unknown
2015
Acrylic on panel, with collaged netting, hazard tape
48x48"
Public Collection
As the Crow Flies
2015
Acrylic with collaged food wrap on panel
48x24"
Acrylic paint and collaged food wrap and netting on panel.
Available at $2800 unframed, wired
Juried into "Undercurrents: the River as Metaphor" at the Samuel Dorsky Museum of Art at SUNY New Paltz, NY 2017
Shortcut to Nowhere
2015
Acrylic, ink, collaged maps on panel
24x48", dyptich
available at $2800, wired, unframed
Aquatic Tangle
2015
Acrylic, ink, collaged text and images on panel
48x48"
Public Collection
Juried into "Undercurrents: the River as Metaphor" at the Samuel Dorsky Museum of Art at SUNY New Paltz, NY 2017
Hurricane Force
2014
Acrylic, ink, netting, and hazard tape on panel
12x24" diptych
Available at $950, wired, unframed
Designated Wetlands
2014
Acrylic and collaged text on panel
24x36"
Available at $2000, unframed
Habitat Loss
2015
Acrylic, ink, collaged book pages on panel
48x36
Public Collection
Cross Currents
2014
Acrylic, collaged mesh and maps on panel
24x24" dyptich