Milk and Honey - Phillips
Milk and Honey | 2019 | plaster, raw wool, vinyl, wire, braided hose, cast concrete, acrylic, and foam
Self - Phillips
Self | 2019 | plaster, raw wool, silicone, acrylic paint, plastidip, sisal, hemp twine, led lights, wood, and steel mesh – 24 x 28 x 20″
Cosmology of Form- Phillips
Cosmology of Form | 2019 | plaster, raw wool, textiles, wooden dowels, and wire
Flutter - Phillips
Nest | plaster, raw wool, textiles, wooden dowels, and wire
Tortion - Phillips
Tortion | 2019 | plaster, raw wool, and wire
Vessel - Phillips
Vessel | 2019 | plaster, raw wool, feathers, spray, and wire

 

 

 

 

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Selected mixed media sculpture and assemblage from 2019 summer residence at Maryland Institute of Contemporary Art. Accompanying sound collage of objects activated by the artists’ body, available here.

 

“Dark Magic” – a series of mixed media collages, exploring the materiality, form, and the psychological impact of mass marketing materials and the “data body.”

Debuted at Shockboxx Projects in Los Angeles, April 2019.

“Touch” – an ongoing series of ceramic wall sculptures, exploring the rhythm and meaning of direct touch.

 

“Surface Tension” – an ongoing series of works on raw wood and board inspired by the simultaneous ferocity and harmony of natural forces.

Debuted in part at Gallery 825 in Los Angeles, CA, and Ghostwolf Gallery in Albuquerque, NM.

 

“Taking Form” – a series of geometric encaustic collages, incorporating collaged pieces of original encaustic monoprints and works on paper.

Debuted at the Museum of Encaustic Art in Santa Fe, NM, and Up With Paint by We Are This City.

 

“Beauty in the Breaking” – a series of oil, encaustic, and plaster works exploring grief and the coexistence of the body and spirit, created for “The Art of Healing” exhibition at Gallery with a Cause at the New Mexico Cancer Center.

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Helios Rising – Mural Fest

 

“Tangled and Cut” – a series of conceptual works responding to the epidemic of gun violence in our communities. Each of the lines in these paintings represents the life of one person who was killed by gun violence in the last year. Each painting’s subtitle refers to the place and time of the deaths memorialized within it.

Debuted at “Guns to Arts” at form & concept gallery in Santa Fe, NM.