Turning Point SOLD

Turning Point SOLD

37" x 26" dye, ink, pastel, earth, and charcoal on archival paper buried for 5 days

The Third Messenger

The Third Messenger

20" x 16" x 2" framed with museum glass. dyes, silver point ground, ink, charcoal, acrylic, and earth on archival paper buried for 23 days during the wet season

Transition

Transition

45" x 40" dyes, ink, charcoal, acrylic, and earth on archival paper buried for 23 days during the dry season

The Flight of time SOLD

The Flight of time SOLD

52" x 50" dye ink acrylic, earth and charcoal on archival paper buried for 23 days

The Messenger 4 SOLD

The Messenger 4 SOLD

20" x 20" charcoal, acrylic, and earth on archival paper buried for 23 days during the wet season

Rebirth

Rebirth

40" x 47" dye, ink, pastel, earth, and charcoal on archival paper buried for 14 days

Magic

Magic

24" x 12" x 2" framed with museum glass. dyes, silver point ground, ink, charcoal, acrylic, and earth on archival paper buried for 23 days during the wet season

Limbo SOLD

Limbo SOLD

40" x 36" dye, ink, pastel, earth, and charcoal on archival paper buried for 5 days

Nirvana

Nirvana

50" X 42" dye ink acrylic, earth and charcoal on archival paper buried for 9 days

Piercing the Veil is about the Spirit's coming and going between the material and ethereal realms. Skeletal forms and pieces of clothing represent what remains of the soul’s sojourn here on earth. The leaves, plants, snow and other natural elements that are renewed by the seasons mirror the soul’s experience of rebirth.  Birds—and ravens especially-- have long been symbols of the supernatural link between heaven and earth.  Even the paper has gone through a burial in the ground. After nature has left its mark, the paper is removed from its temporary grave and the images are

drawn or redrawn on it. 

Piercing The Veil