Tamahagane  ultrachrome inkjet on canvas  44 x 123 in. 2012   The Museum of Fine Arts Boston collection.  This painting is composed from altered outlines of text from source material on transformation through fire.  It is the history story of how ancient artisans in Japan created sacred steel from iron sand and charcoal to create the swords for the Samurai.   

Astrolabe  ultraviolet polymer on canvas 69 x 170 in. 2015  The painting is composed from altered outlines of text.  the source material lists  all the names of the stars visible in the night sky with the the unaided eye. 

Weightless solo exhibition at Judith Charles gallery, New York

Weightless solo exhibition at Judith Charles gallery, New York, NY

Astrolabe  ultraviolet polymer on canvas  private collection SanDiego, CA

Noetic 213  Private collection Boston, MA

Noetic 213  uv polymer on aluminum fabrication

Harbinger Sea (Montes Harbinger) Private Collection Boston, MA

Study For Ten Dimensions 7 B installation detail view

Tatara Fire  ultraviolet polymer on canvas 123 x 312 in. 2014  The Columbia Museum of Art collection.  This mural was commissioned by the members of The Contemporaries, members of the museum bringing new artworks into the museum's collection.  The source material for the mural is on the transformation though fire theme with text on the history of the burning of Columbia South Carolina at the end of the Civil War as well as the history of the ancient Tatara kiln used for creating steel from sand and ash.     

Tatara Fire  mural commission for Columbia Museum of Art fabrication

Shingane 12  ultrachrome pigment on aluminum corporate collection ​​​​​​​New York, NY

Riphaeus Sea (Montes Riphaeus) Private Collection New York, NY

Montes Riphaeus  uv polymer fabrication

Plumb 20  uv polymer on aluminum fabrication detail

Plumb 81  uv polymer on aluminum fabrication 

Noetic 104  uv polymer on aluminum fabrication 

Purling  ultrachrome inkjet on aluminum  Private Collection New York, NY

Astrolabe {State 2}  exhibition view

Maelstrom Charybdis  exhibition view

 Hyperion installation proposal Columbia Museum of Art

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