On and Off the Walls

This series of works is an exploration of painting and drawing as presented both on and off the wall. I seek to present the viewer with an unexpected view of painting—perhaps on the wall, but not “just” on the wall. I play with combinations of objects tacked with paintings on the wall, with extending the paint or drawing onto the wall itself, with suspending the drawing and exploring the ups and downs of it, with creating a 20 foot mural that tacks on layers of vinyl, resin and projected movement, and even cascading paintings off of a ledge and shoving them into a window alcove in a precarious way just to see if I can make a person have a physical response to what I have produced. Will it all fall off? Or fall over? 

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