Open House

Open House, 1998, 34 x 12.5 x 8 feet (dimensions site specific), steel, acrylic paint, glitter, light at night. Footfalls, Greenport, New York.

A line drawing in space inspired by Alice in Wonderland’s world where everything keeps changing and the familiar is seen anew. The work was found to be interactive (videotape available of children and adults interacting with work).
Open House, 1998, 34 x 12.5 x 8 feet (dimensions site specific), steel, acrylic paint, glitter, light at night. Footfalls, Greenport, New York.

A line drawing in space inspired by Alice in Wonderland’s world where everything keeps changing and the familiar is seen anew. The work was found to be interactive (videotape available of children and adults interacting with work).
Open House, 1998, 34 x 12.5 x 8 feet (dimensions site specific), steel, acrylic paint, glitter, light at night. Footfalls, Greenport, New York.

A line drawing in space inspired by Alice in Wonderland’s world where everything keeps changing and the familiar is seen anew. The work was found to be interactive (videotape available of children and adults interacting with work).
Open House, 1998, 34 x 12.5 x 8 feet (dimensions site specific), steel, acrylic paint, glitter, light at night. Footfalls, Greenport, New York.

A line drawing in space inspired by Alice in Wonderland’s world where everything keeps changing and the familiar is seen anew. The work was found to be interactive (videotape available of children and adults interacting with work).

Night Light

Night Light, 1998, 7.75 x 26 x 38 feet, light wire, colored plastic mesh fabric, wood and metal, bell sound. Giordano Gallery, a satellite gallery of the Islip Art Museum, New York.

The solo installation was a companion exhibit to The Light Show at the Islip Art Museum. Night Light is an environmental installation. It consists of a continuous child-like drawing created in light that encompass the four walls of the gallery space. Images of clothes on a line, boats, pails, shovels, etc., make up the drawing. Mesh covering the light creates a shifting vision as the viewer passes by. The three-dimensional light-line drawings in space of two houses and a chair float in the center of the gallery.
Night Light, 1998, 7.75 x 26 x 38 feet, light wire, colored plastic mesh fabric, wood and metal, bell sound. Giordano Gallery, a satellite gallery of the Islip Art Museum, New York.

The solo installation was a companion exhibit to The Light Show at the Islip Art Museum. Night Light is an environmental installation. It consists of a continuous child-like drawing created in light that encompass the four walls of the gallery space. Images of clothes on a line, boats, pails, shovels, etc., make up the drawing. Mesh covering the light creates a shifting vision as the viewer passes by. The three-dimensional light-line drawings in space of two houses and a chair float in the center of the gallery.
Night Light, 1998, 7.75 x 26 x 38 feet, light wire, colored plastic mesh fabric, wood and metal, bell sound. Giordano Gallery, a satellite gallery of the Islip Art Museum, New York.

The solo installation was a companion exhibit to The Light Show at the Islip Art Museum. Night Light is an environmental installation. It consists of a continuous child-like drawing created in light that encompass the four walls of the gallery space. Images of clothes on a line, boats, pails, shovels, etc., make up the drawing. Mesh covering the light creates a shifting vision as the viewer passes by. The three-dimensional light-line drawings in space of two houses and a chair float in the center of the gallery.
Night Light, 1998, 7.75 x 26 x 38 feet, light wire, colored plastic mesh fabric, wood and metal, bell sound. Giordano Gallery, a satellite gallery of the Islip Art Museum, New York.

The solo installation was a companion exhibit to The Light Show at the Islip Art Museum. Night Light is an environmental installation. It consists of a continuous child-like drawing created in light that encompass the four walls of the gallery space. Images of clothes on a line, boats, pails, shovels, etc., make up the drawing. Mesh covering the light creates a shifting vision as the viewer passes by. The three-dimensional light-line drawings in space of two houses and a chair float in the center of the gallery.