The history of my work evolves with time, although shaped primarily though childhood experiences in the physical world, which were mapped by psychological mysteries. My obsession with the ecosystem of ocean tidal pools while summering on Money Island, one of the Thimble Islands off the coast of Stony Creek, Connecticut. Endless hours of observing the sun glinting refractions across the skin of the water, sea glass, bits of mica, barnacle adorned shell fragments, miniature fish babies, tiny crabs, anemones, star fish, tangled seaweed shaped in jello molds, like chunky Lucite souvenir paper weights, dense collages of constant change metered by my own internal complexities and shifts of mood. A sense of wonder, magnetized toward found objects and how relationships form in color, juxtaposition, emotion. A private world where I am continuously lost.
My early and mid-career work involved intricate assemblage works which have now converged with other projects, including the MegaGlam Character Dresses which can be seen here.
See also, a summary of other work.