Created to pay homage to the stacked stone towers or cairns in the foothills of the Andes, this installation was created as a part of International Color to represent the natural beauty of Peru.
newspaper, thread, twine & preserved moss, 2018
Holiday Place Settings
Turkey, dressing, and plenty of pies are best served as part of a beautiful tablescape. For Thanksgiving 2018, I created custom place cards for the guests of our intimate dinner; with an artisanally autumnal theme of course.
hand lettering & watercolor on paper, 2018
The beach has always fascinated me. It’s the beginning and the end of two radically different eco-sysytems and so produces unique collections of natural and human-made objects. I assembled one collage every day that I went to a beach that summer, even if I was only there for a few minutes. It was a practice in making art to be left behind. The only object removed from it’s place was a Sand Tiger Shark tooth found at Rockaway. My inner aquatic science nerd could not live without it.
found objects, sand, 2015 / 2017
Long Beach, NY, 2017
Pelham Bay Park, NY, 2017
Indian Rocks Beach, FL, 2015
Grand Turk Island, 2015
Rockaway Beach 1, 2017
Rockaway Beach 2, 2015
Oceanside Beach, OR, 2015
Rockaway Beach 3, 2015
Rockaway Beach 4, 2015
Rockaway Beach 5, 2015
Rockaway Beach 6, 2015
Kahala Beach, HI, 2015
Graciella + Marco
Vamos! Winter got a little warmer with these tropical clad wedding menus, invitations, and escort cards created for Boda Mexicana; a Latin inspired styled shoot
Created to pay homage the classic encyclopedia, each of these handmade cards feature a subject of special significance to my time in Peru. I wanted to share my translation studies with those who supported my journey and give them an insight into my creative, yet educational, practice. Each greeting card contained an “entry” with the Spanish, or sometimes traditional Quechua names and an explanation of the subject importance in Peruvian culture.
colored pencils, pen, recycled paper, 2015
Dusk in Manchay
El Mono (de las Lineas de Nazca)
This is a hand drawn image was digitized to create my first business cards when I travelled to Denver for the Bordo Bello Art Show. I wanted to create an environment appropriate character whose image could easily be recreated for apparel or a skate deck. Yeti was inspired by Maurice Sendak’s Wild Things and is not likely to end his wild rumpus anytime soon
paper, ink, 2012
Inspired by environmental preservation and the idea that humans can indeed positively affect the world around them, this series aims to create a narrative that shows one cycle of creation.
This hand-drawn image was digitized and reproduced for Bordo Bello, an art show featuring hundreds of one-of-a-kind skate decks created by artists. Sponsored by AIGA Colorado, the decks are auctioned off to the highest bidder with proceeds benefiting scholarships for students pursuing design. The original piece measured 11’’x 44” and was printed by Boardpusher. (images below have been adjusted to show detail)