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Gallery

"Seeking/Sensing" (2020)

13" x 28", archival digital print composited  from drawing, leaf prints, painting, and video still images.

Inspired by the Cow Knob Salamander, found only in three counties on the border of Virginia and West Virginia.

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The animation is also on Vimeo.

"River's Edge: Rock pool witness" (2019)

5" x 5" archival print.

 

​ Looking closer to witness life in process, and often over-looked.This is the James River, photographed at the Dry Rocks area near downtown Richmond.

Photography, video, animation, and AR app.

To see a moving version, view the image using a smartphone or tablet with the

ARTIVIVE app (for Android and iOS)

 

The animation is also on Vimeo.

"River's Edge: Water Wood Stone" (2019)

Observed at the dynamic edge where land emerges from the weight and movement of water, the surface drying.​ This is the James River, photographed at the VCU Rice Center.

Photography, animation, and AR app.

To see a moving version, view the image using a smartphone or tablet with the

ARTIVIVE app (for Android and iOS)

 

The animation is also on Vimeo.

"Between Frames" (2005) documents one small patch of the artist's garden, from two camera angles over a period of nine months. Using 35 mm slides (this was shot in 2001) the selected images were scanned into the computer and sequenced.  While it depicts change over time, "Between Frames" is not a time-lapse piece but rather a window into events that play out in the disturbed natural space.

Sound score is by Rattlemouth.

"Falling Back to Earth: Tomatillo" (2000) is an allegorical journey of two tomatillos, inspired by these same fruits in her garden. The title reflects Galileo's definition of a parabola, being the path of a projectile, under uniform gravity, arching its way back to earth. 

Soundscore is by Bob Rupe.

Still from "Falling Back to Earth"

Image of tomatillo on vine in garden; 3D computer image.