Looking-Glass House, 1998
Threadwaxing Space, New York, NY
Latex on Walls, 9 ft. x 132 ft.

The images in Looking-Glass House are derived from old magazine depictions of historical, traditional American homes that are combined, drawn from, manipulated through a computer and then blown-up to room-size. The image is painted with black lines on a silver shape onto the surface of the walls of the gallery. Like images on the surface of a mirror, the rooms in Looking-Glass House could be seen as a distorted reflection of real rooms or as glimpses into a series of imaginary rooms.

Homestead, 1999
Venetia Kapernekas Fine Arts, NYC
Latex on plastic, 10 ft. x 30 ft. and 10 ft. x 20 ft.

This installation transforms the walls of the gallery into two opposing, yet connected illusionistic spaces: a rustic early American interior and a wooded grove. In these paintings, black and pearlescent painted lines and blobs on a grid of frosted Mylar coalesce into image from a distance while dissolving into abstraction up close.

East Parlor and North Parlor, 2001
Operativo, Museo Rufino Tamayo, Mexico City, Mexico.
10 ft. x 8ft. Flashe paint on wall

A life-sized traditional American interior is painted onto the wall of the museum. The work plays with the relationship between pictorial and architectural space.

East Parlor, Museo Tamayo

North Parlor, Museo Tamayo

Livingroom, 2009
OpenSource, Brooklyn, NY
10 ft. x 10 ft. Latex on wall
This painting was designed as a DIY project. The image can be painted onto any wall by anyone following a simple pattern contained in a kit with instructions, brushes and paint. Designed as a multiple.