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  • Visitation I
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    Visitation I "Looming"
    2020
    My piece; "Looming", foam, branch, rubber tubing and wire - photoshopped into a photo of Anthony Youdim and Rachel Martin's home during renovations - Dining room with peeled wallpaper - Dallas, TX.  

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    720,960
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  • Visitation II
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    Visitation II
    2020
    My pieces "She" and "Without a Nest _ Without a Next" incorporated into Joey Brock's studio - Dallas TX.
    Studio shot by Joey Brock @joeybrockart 

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    720,960
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  • Visitation III
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    Visitation III
    2020
    Outlet with tree, shelf, cinder block and Light
    2020
    3.5'x5'x10"

    This piece was a physical installation. You can read about The Visitation Project here.
    1080,828
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  • Visitation IV
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    Visitation IV
    2020
    My piece "Cascade" - foam and acrylic, incorporated into a photo of a storage building in Seattle by Deborah Kapoor @deborahkapoor

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    1080,810
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  • Visitation V
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    Visitation V "Duet"
    2020
    My piece "Origin", Fosshape, acrylic and vintage pulley - photoshopped into a photo of a construction site by Trey Hoffmann - Dallas @treyhoffmannart

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    720,960
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  • Visitation VI
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    Visitation VI "Pending Situation"
    "The Heart" incorporated into a night scene shot taken by Michael Field, Connecticut.
    2020

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    641,960
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  • Visitation VII
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    Visitation VII - Blue and the Great Exhale
    2020
    My piece "Hanging Bundle" incorporated into a photo by Jane Cornish Smith of her 1977 Airstream Excella trailer.

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    1080,810
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  • Visitation VIII

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    Visitation VIII - Persephone and Achilles
    2020
    My piece "Achilles", wire, plaster, encaustic and wing, incorporated into a photo by Farrell Brickhouse - Statue of Persephone in Hudson, NY

    1080,810
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  • Visitation IX
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    Visitation IX "Apocalypse in Pink"
    2020
    My piece "Cloud as an Object" foam, fur and acrylic, photoshopped into a photo by Diane Tenerelli. @dianetenerelli4754

    I wanted to give Diane some happy decorations, for a pick-me-up, but I think I only succeeded at creating an apocalyptic mood, after all.   

    Diane wrote of her image - before I worked on it: Yes, this is a very depressing picture of my house with Christmas decorations and a storm coming in. I admit, I like Christmas decorations, cookies and candy. They are cheerful. I went to Dollar General and Herzog’s to load up on fake wreaths and greenery, also bows. Don’t give me shit for decorating before Thanksgiving it’s either this or vodka!

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    1080,810
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  • The Visitation Project X
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    Visitation X
    "The Sky is Falling"
    2020
    My piece "The Earth Has a Soul" Tyvek and wire, photoshopped into a photo by Jeanne Neal @jeanne.neal taken in her home.


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    1080,810
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  • Visitation XI
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    Visitation XI - "If They Could See Me Now"
    2020
    My piece "Love Muffin's Unofficial Monument", foam and acrylic, photoshopped into a photo taken by Jaynie Crimmins @jgcrimmins at Central Park’s Conservancy Garden.

    "Love Muffin cannot or will not release the contents of the old and damaged aspects that keep her puffed up, for this would mean taking the risk of seeing herself as she truly is. She is caught in her own destructive pattern and therefore prevented from any liveliness that might resurrect her yet she retains a fleshy pink blush with a full and tasty appearance and a certain glimmer of hope. All those who take a bite will uncover the historical depth under the fluffy outer coating. Love Muffin has become a monument to her past."
    Donna Cozort, Ph.D, Diplomate C.G.Jung Institute, Zurich



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    1080,682
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  • Visitation XII
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    Visitation XII - "Shelter In Place"
    2020
    My piece "Hunger Object", plaster, wire, foam, acrylic, photoshopped into a photo taken at Mammoth Lakes, CA. by Darin Barri.

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    1080,720
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  • Visitation XIII
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    Visitation XIII - "Every Time She Goes Away"
    2020
    My piece "Weight of the Ocean", canvas and acrylic - stuffed and sewn, photoshopped into a photo taken at Mammoth Lakes, CA. by Darin Barri.

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    1080,721
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  • Visitation XIV

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    Visitation XIV - "Kiefer’s Trumpet"
    2020


    My piece " Without a Nest - Without a Next", wire, plaster, encaustic, pigment, photoshopped into a photo taken in Havertown, PA by Steven Baris @stevenbaris7: Ruins of what was originally part of a larger complex of gunpowder "factories." Their gunpowder was used in the War of 1812.

    The image, for me, made a connection visually and in content to the work of Anselm Kiefer.

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    1200,900
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  • Visitation XV

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    Visitation XV  
    "Monolith"
    2020
    My piece "Historical Findings" graphite, acrylic, layered photography of historical images including Hieronymus Bosch's Garden of Earthly Delights and Botticelli's Birth of Venus, wood panel and antique pediment, photoshopped into a photo by Amy Bassin @amy.bassin taken at a Monastery in Lisbon.

    720,960
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  • Visitation XVI
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    Visitation XVI  
    "The Air That is More Spirit Than Air" excerpted from the writings of Roni Horn
    2020
    My piece "Not This, Not That" Tyvek, inks, acrylic and dry pigment, photoshopped into a photo by Melissa Rubin @melissarubinart of her barn - interior, north view, Vermont
    720,960
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  • Visitation XVII  
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    Visitation XVII  
    "She said she'd always been a dancer
    2021
    My piece "Bait" photoshopped into a photograph taken by Suzan Shutan @sshutan of Artport in Kingston, NY
     
    790,960
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  • Visitation XVIII  
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    Visitation XVIII  
    "Belle of the ball
    2021
    My piece "Cloud as an Object" photoshopped into a photograph taken by Herbert Tuschy in the backyard of the Consulat de Suisse a Marseille in Marseille, France
    1200,900
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  • Wreath
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    Visitation XIX  
    "Indoor / Outdoor Rubber Wreath
    2021
    My piece "Wreath", two part foam skin - pulled from a branch, photoshopped into a photograph taken by Michael Shemchuk @m.shemchuk of a window at home
    948,960
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  • Visitation XX  

    Visitation XX  
    "Muppet Tree and Apparition" 
    2021
    My piece "Branch Divine"; branch with two part foam - photoshopped into a photograph taken by Phillip J. Mellen “Muppet Tree” @phillip.j.mellen   

    700,934
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The Visitation Project

The Visitation Project

To submit, please see all the details at: The Visitation Project 

As an artist working in 3D mixed media, environment and location are especially integral elements in how the work is perceived. The work can seem to take on various personas, emotions and inferences depending not only on its surrounds but on the viewer's history, mood and experiences, as well.

These last several months, with three solo exhibitions cancelled due to the Pandemic, resulting in the inability to have the work realized in gallery settings, taught me, to an even greater degree, the value of physically installing the work and its relationship to a space and its viewers. It is with these restrictions and restraints that The Visitation Project has been realized. Visiting my son and his girlfriend, while in the midst of home renovations, I took a pic of their dining room with peeled wallpaper on the floor and photoshopped one of my works; “Looming”, into the space. I am especially intrigued, in this one, with the contrasts of suburban life, the beautiful pool just beyond the window and the soon to be replaced 70’s chandelier juxtaposed with this other worldly object; “Looming”.

It’s here that I imagined acquiring images of other spaces to photoshop my work into. Places my work could visit. Although it’s my on-going intention to exhibit the work in a variety of physical spaces, including galleries, in real time, my intention for The Visitation Project is to realize – via photoshop - my work in various settings through images sent to me by invited artists to be part of this project.

The documentation will become an online exhibition and prints may be incorporated into future physical exhibitions in various ways. The artists will be attributed in all social media and will receive a print of the final work I’ve created utilizing their image. Please see all the details at: The Visitation Project  

 

 

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