In late June I'll be doing a residency at the Stephen Pace House in Stonington, Maine.
My time at the Pace House Residency will be spent working on a body of collage-based works on paper informed by my research on geology and planetary sciences. I use a process of cutting and refitting as well as cutting and mending to produce compositions that confuse spatial relationships among layers of printed materials. I'll also be using my camera and hand-held scanner to explore the geology of the Maine coast, including bedrock fractures, metamorphic folding, and glacial erratics.
I will have 2 Open Studios while I'm at the house: Wednesday, June 28th from 5:00-7:00pm and Saturday, July 1st from 10:00am-2:00pm. Come visit!
For the month of July I'll be participating in an Alumni Residency at Maine College of Art. This will be an opportunity for me to use facilities at MECA to create a body of new work and to process material that I generate during my time at the Pace House. If you are passing through Portland during the month of July, I invite you to get in touch and come visit my studio at MECA.