Garden
2003
Eggs, yolk, binder, pins, toxic goo
Installation at WHITE COLUMNS, New York, NY

“Garden” is an installation built entirely of hollowed egg shells, covering the walls in the form of sweeping florals. Concerned with issues of mortality and fragility, the eggs represent the cycle of life and death. Never composed the same way twice, the composition varies from installation to installation in response to its environment. In this way I as the artist am operating as “gardener,” giving life to the flowers it creates, tending to them and influencing the way they move and grow.

Garden
2003
Eggs, yolk, binder, pins, toxic goo
Dimension varies to room size




Garden
2006
Eggs, yolk, binder, pins, toxic goo
Dimension varies to room size

Installation at Vox Populi Gallery, Philadelphia PA



Garden
2006
Eggs, yolk, binder, pins, toxic goo
Dimension varies to room size

4000 resin-dipped eggs and yolk make this flower garden, covering all four walls. Installation at Vox Populi Gallery in Philadelphia, PA.