Dreams for Free
I ask people to share their hopes and dreams with me in exchange for a chance at winning millions of dollars.
A collaborative project with photographs by Jody Servon and prose poems by Lorene Delany-Ullman about the human expereince of life, death and memory.
Ten Minutes to Make, Ten Minutes to Bake
My mother Lois and I baked scones and shared them with shoppers and employees of the Super G Mart.
Leftovers, Chapel Hill
A site-specific work using latex house paint that was donated by residents of Chapel Hill.
Hanging On and Holding Out
This project was born when I was forced to grapple with events that redefined my life—the illness and death of my father.
I repurposed leftover paint from donor’s prior home improvement projects to cover the institutional grey walls in a community college building.
You know you have made it as an artist when your work is on a postcard in a museum gift shop.
Using digital photographs of family members, I selected body parts and created paint colors to match colors that appear on the human body.
I ____ a dollar
People are invited to contemplate and decide if a dollar makes a difference in their day.
The often-unnoticed details of daily life was photographed and mounted on streetlight poles throughout the Delray Beach for viewers to experience their neighbor’s intimate experiences.
Imagine a loved one is missing. What image would you select to provide the authorities.
Items Matching [ART]
I used ebay.com to investigate the inherently personal definition of art while exploring collecting habits of Americans.