portfolio, 2014

The Farm Shelter – 2006 – bailer twine, local coppiced hazel wood, goat willow bark, local hay and nails.

written in 2006 mr.zigler released to us the following statement: AN INSTALLATION FROM A GROUP SHOW AT THE STROUD HOUSE GALLERY, IN GLOUCESTERSHIRE, UK, ENTITLED “THE FARM.” THIS WORK WAS PLAYFULLY CREATED WITH… Continue reading

Crossing the Atlantic 2007

100 small portraits (2×2.5″) of the sea made while on a cargo vessel from antwerp to montreal for 8 days. this journey was well paced for me, since the clocks went back one… Continue reading

environmental arts mentoring

three people, one of which is 11 years old, draw studies of plants every week in order to learn about environmental arts. can u guess which one was done by the 11 year… Continue reading

sandarchy

A story from the corner store…all the way into a Mongolian sand storm. At the platform created for passengers to wait and be picked up by buses, they have no bathrooms. Not anywhere… Continue reading

mapping ‘mud creek watershed’

2014, 2’x4′, ink, acrylic, hand made sumac ink and silkscreen on canvas. this painting (captured with a horrid tiny broken phone camera) depicts the ‘don valley brickworks park’ which encompasses the “Weston Family… Continue reading

‘elements of green design’ – four films from Evergreen Brick Works green design exhibit 2010-2012.

it is a bit odd to compress the four films into one frame, when originally they were mounted separately 1 1/2′ apart. some of the audio which served to fill the space and… Continue reading

Winter Solstice Basketry

Grown on the site of Evergreen Brickworks since its opening in 2010 from plants which regenerate annually and are cut late in the spring. the red osier dogwood is an important food source… Continue reading

Westward Wayward; a hitch-hiking journey from toronto to vancouver, dec. 2008

This is the documentation of a journey. From Toronto to British Columbia, beginning on Rememberance day, we managed a lift from a friend of a friend of my father’s, who dropped us a… Continue reading

the “hunger games” curriculum.

beyond the political satire of the different districts, such as corporate mining villages in the global south, there are lessons to be teased out of the gory ’child vs. child’ narrative of “The Hunger Games” for environmental educators and naturalists. emulating… Continue reading