Installation for Thin Places at Atlantic Works Gallery, Boston
March 2018
invited artist

In Thin Places we are divested of the illusion that our mundane world is wholly separate from the world of the invisible. The phrase is Celtic in origin and unlike similar concepts of oneness with the divine from other cultures, it refers to a physical location where we can peek through to a greater beyond. 

Installation for Thin Places at Atlantic Works Gallery, Boston
March 2018
sculpture, bells, collage

My contribution to Bo Petran and Stephanie Arnett show paid homage to prayer.

Santa Vittoria assemblage for Converzaione
2016
Installation in ancient underground Olive Oil Factory
Spongano, Italy

A group of eight international artists exhibited work in the Frantoio Ipogeo, which is a spectacular underground cave-like area within the Bacile di Castiglione Palace. The exhibition included several evenings of ‘Conversazioni’ with the public, art professionals, and the local Spongano community.

Santa Vittoria monolith, prototype detail
2016
120x18x18 inches

My work lauded the patron saint of the town, Santa Vittoria, an early Christian virgin martyr. I proposed the town build a modern monolith to honor the saint and created a prototype painted with streaks of poppy red.

Santa Vittoria's Heart for Conversazione Installation
2016
Plaster, paper, wire, paint
16x12 inches

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Grandmothers
Public art (permanent installation), Boston MBTA
Granite, erected 1996
168x36 inches

Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority (MBTA) Arts on the Line program is the first of its kind in the United States and has become the model for similar drives for public art across the country.

Grandmothers, detail
Public art (permanent installation), Boston MBTA
Granite
168x36 inches

“Grandmothers,” a granite monolith installed in a diverse Boston neighborhood, recalls the love and kindness of ancestors, from a child’s point-of-view.