ecologically-focused public art and sculpture
current projects and news
Slow Art at Otter Creek
Irondale Iron Plant Historic site and County Park. Jefferson County, WA.
Ongoing project embedded in the remediation of the brownfield
of the long-abandoned iron and steel plant.
Kul-Kah-Han Native Plant Garden. Stormwater Eco-art
H.J. Carrol County Park, Jefferson County, WA.
In planning stages during spring 2013, to be constructed during summer and fall.
This native plant demonstration garden is intended as an educational resource as well as a County Park amenity.
The park itself is a restoration-in-process, reclaimed from a spent gravel pit. The planned artwork will functionallyaddress downspout, cistern, and stormwater flow into a raingarden.
Intra-action: Multispecies Becomings in the Anthropocene
University of Sydney, Australia
AASG (Australian Animal Studies Group) Conference Art Exhibit July, 2013
I have been invited by anthropologists working with the Human Animal Research Network (HARN) to exhibit and present at this conference. I'll be exhibiting the Thneeds and performing the American Wilderness Wax Museum, and creating some new work also!
Also in Australia:
EcoArts Australis Conference
I'll have a poster on display, demonstrating the
'We All Share the Same Water' project.
Lower Columbia College. Longview, WA. July 22 - August 21, 2013
The Meaning of Wood.
Invitational group exhibit curated by Suze Woolfe.