PUBLIC ART:

2024

SHIFT  – National Mall, Washington D.C.

An 11-foot by 6.5-foot neon and steel construction, SHIFT presents an oscillating message illuminating the urgent need for a shift in our collective mindset away from mindless consumption toward instinctual conservation.

Facilitated through World Land Trust, an international conservation charity that protects the world’s most biologically significant and threatened habitats, the artwork enables visitors to help preserve threatened ecosystems and safeguard vulnerable species around the globe.

Positioned in the shadow of the Washington Monument, SHIFT reinterprets the American ideals of life and liberty through a 21st-century lens. The installation underscores our collective responsibility to protect and sustain vulnerable populations and habitats globally. By illuminating the hidden connections between our everyday habits and global impacts, the artwork empowers individuals to grasp the profound significance of their individual role in enabling a sustainable and harmonious world.

SHOWS:

2021

Totems & Sentinels

Bill Griffin, 140 Second Street, Ketchum ID 83340

  • Four Totems – 4 framed photographs 32in X 82in
  • One Sentinel – 1 tiled photograph 70in X 104in

2020*

Luxuriate in Discomfort 

MY BEDROOM, 28 W Lane Ranch Rd Sun Valley ID 83353

  • Mixed Media Painting – 66 in X 106 in
  • 2 Poems – 24 in X 36 in wall decals
  • Book – 30 pages

* December, 2020 – COVID-19 Lockdown

2017

Surface Surveys – Greenland 

Bill Griffin, 140 Second Street, Ketchum ID 83340

  • Five framed photographs 62in X 92in

 

PERMENANT PUBLIC COLLECTION:

2017

The Limelight Ketchum Contemporary Art Collection​ / Paula Crown Atelier

  • Hydrogeography # 5609 – 39 in X 81 in

 

PROJECTS:

2023

  • Winterblue + Essay

 2022

  • SHIFT  
  • SIDE EFFECTS  
  • HUMUS
  • Neon Flag
  • MIND | FIND THE GAP  
  • ATTENTION  

 2021

  • Twenty-first Century in Black & White  
  • ECS

 2020

  • Totems & Sentinels  

 2018 – 2022

  • Luxuriate in Discomfort  

 2015 – 2019

  • Surface Surveys  

2015

  • Hydrogeographies