The Face of Someone You Love
oil on aluminum, 61x37.25"; oil paint, aluminum, aluminum polish; 2019
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This work is about the thin veil that separates what we see from what we don’t (or can’t or won’t). It’s a searching to visualize such phrases as “more than meets the eye” or “read between the lines”. I’ve always been fascinated by how fragile life can be and equally as interested in objects and ideas that aren’t just a veneer.