EARTH effects Exhibition Opening

My work is included in this five person, international exhibit opening Thursday at the Nave Gallery in Somerville, MA. In addition to a clay installation called Earth Tones, pictured below, I have elected to show the first digital prints from 8 years of documenting the eroding dunes at the edge of earth and sea in the Cape Cod National Seashore in Wellfleet. For me this is about the persistence and constancy of change. Geologic morphology occurs on a time scale that makes it generally imperceptible to us, but here, at Newcomb Hollow, where the water and wind and tides undermine the fragile cliffs of clay and sand and stone, we can see it happen. It reminds me that we are but a grain of sand in time and space, waiting for a breath of wind to blow us to the next landing.
Fractal mystery comes of turning the image

January Calm/Low Tide
Sand Fall


Earth Tones, ceramic installation