Portfolio > Boundaries Series

This work is about boundaries—both physical and psychological. I depict physical boundaries such as wires, traffic cones, fences, curtains, and nests. The objects are used to signify the psychological boundaries that exist between people. For instance, the barbed wires are metaphors for the imaginary lines that define blended families. Often, roles aren’t clearly defined, which can lead to confusion.

Forbidden Fruit
Oil on panel
24" h by 48" w
2015
$1200
Disconnected
Oil on panel
36" h by 48" w
2016
Shirley's Twins
Chalk pastel on Canson Mitientes paper
22"h by 30"w
2015
$900
Fear
Oil on Masonite
24" square
2014
The Red Zone
Oil on canvas
2015
Dominance: Silence
Watercolor on Arches paper
12"h by 16"w
2014
$500
Turning Away
Chalk Pastel on black Canson Mitientes paper
24" h by 18"w
2011
Not Your Mother
Oil on Canvas
5' by 3'
2012
figures
Oil, charcoal and pastel on gessoed Bristol board
20" by 30"
2010
$475
My Mask
Oil on masonite
12" by 12"
2010
Trapped
Oil on canvas
24 by 48 inches
2010
Combat
Watercolor
12" h by 16" w
2014
$500
Solitude
Oil on masonite
36" h by 48" w
2015
Difficult People
Etching with Chine Colle
9 by 17 inches
2010