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A large installation using long, thin paintings in black and white that hang in front of an angled wall, with a section of fluorescent orange paint on it. The b&w paintings contain pieces of a landscape - viewed from afar the image is nearly whole.


"From the Inside, Out", 2017, oil paint on synthetic paper installation, variable dimensions. This installation creates a visual separation between the man-made and the natural, particularly using color – black and white versus fluorescent – both artificial color palettes that contrast with each other in a way that is both distracting, and also beautiful. The work is a commentary on humankind's physical and conceptual divorce from nature, focusing on the dominant relationship people have with environment in today's world - which is through the window.