Cloud Formations,  acrylic on photograph, 20 x 35 inches
  Shamanic Transfiguration , 2014, acrylic on panel, 18 x 24    Anecdotal Science: Comments    Recent discoveries in astronomy and physics indicate that the big bang occurred on a Wednesday, a quiet afternoon, no one was expecting it.  Since then, matter has been hurtling outward into what you might call nothing, creating dimensions as it does so, creating elements, beings, forming and reforming.  You know the way those parachutists throw themselves out of planes but on the way they find each other in the air and form shapes, they let go and float and they reform.  I suppose you'd call them skydivers.
  Abe (As seen on the five dollar bill) , acrylic on panel, 18 x 24    Iconography of Distraction: Comments    This is a collection of paintings that don't really have anything to do with each other.                
 Paper Plane, 70 x 36 x 14 inches, wood, house paint    Paper Plane: Comments    This was a temporary installation on display in a resident's tree on Beacon Hill.    
  Giant Wooden Cassette Tape #8,   wood, metal, paper, paint, 24 x 33 x 2.5 inches     Giant Wooden Cassette Tape: Comments    This series is inspired by a trip I took with a backpack full of cassette tapes. 
  Lions Gate Bridge,  acrylic on canvas, 24 x 24 inches