Portfolio > 2019 - 2020

Biophilia (seeds)
black clay, graphite, pigment, sewing needles
60 x 180 x 2.5 inches | 2020 Arizona Biennial | Tucson Museum of Art
Biophilia (seeds) detail
black clay, graphite, pigment, sewing needles
dimensions vary
Biophilia (seeds) detail
black clay, graphite, pigment, sewing needles
dimensions vary
Biophilia (seeds)
60 x 180 x 2.5 inches | 2020 Arizona Biennial | Tucson Museum of Art
Biophilia (seeds) detail
black clay, graphite, pigment, sewing needles
dimensions vary
Biophilia (seeds) detail
black clay, graphite, pigment, sewing needles
dimensions vary
Biophilia (seeds) detail
black clay, graphite, pigment, sewing needles
60 x 180 x 2.5 inches | 2020 Arizona Biennial | Tucson Museum of Art
Biophilia (seeds) detail
black clay, graphite, pigment, sewing needles
dimensions vary
Biophilia | opening night
Mesa Contemporary Arts Museum
Biophilia (seeds) | gallery view
Mesa Contemporary Arts Museum

Biophilia

The term Biophilia describes the innate human tendency to seek connection with nature as part of one's well being. The work is comprised of two 15 foot panels that together carry over 1,000 abstracted seed and leaf forms. The clay forms are suspended by individual sewing needles.