Four Nisenan Women Dancers
California Heritage Indigenous Research Project
Visibility through Art
Animated sequence - Window installation, Nevada City, California 2019
Nisenan Woman Dancer with Dance Belt
Series of four - 2019
Decorated with ancient Whirling Logs symbol meaning unity and peace, background of topo map of Sierra Nevada foothills, home to the Nisenan
Original Watercolor and Topo Map backlit with LED lights, 4' wide x 4' hi
" I'm Still Here "
Window Installation, 6' w x 5' hi, Asylum Down, Nevada City, CA
Visibility Through Art - Celebrating the Nisenan through Art and Story
California Heritage Indigenous Research Project, 2018
A Nisenan Male Dancer turns his back on the town that displaced him
In 1849, the expulsion of the Nisenan began, when Nevada City, CA
was built on the site of the Nisenan village 'ustomah
Digital Collage - Watercolor Painting and Historic Engraving from 1856
Backlit with LED lights
Window Installation 8' hi x 9' wide, Rocky Mountain Toy Co.
Paper, Acetate, LED lights, pastels
Mountain Time Arts, Upstream Project, Bozeman, MT. 2017
Exploring the relationship between groundwater and surface water
in the Gallatin Valley, Bozeman, MT
Surface water and Groundwater are one and the same resource
this informs our water management practices
Town of Three Forks, MT. at the Headwaters of the Missouri River,
Confluence of the Madison, Jefferson, and Gallatin Rivers
"Body of Water"
Illuminated Photo Panel 6' x2'
Yuba Watershed Institute, North Columbia, California 2017
Exploring Water Inside and Outside of Us
Solar Illuminated Installation for Haute Trash Fashion Show
Pilot Peak Winery, Penn Valley California 2016
Recycled Materials : Solar Lamps, umbrellas, bubble wrap, plastic, and fabric
Shadow Installation, Nevada City, CA 2015
Shadow abstraction of local watershed in Sierra Nevada foothills
Illuminating issue of diminishing snowpack in times of drought
LED lights, linen, cardboard, vellum 14- feet wide x 8.5-feet tall
Created with students from Deer Creek Elementary
Four corn cribs in a farmers cow pasture, wrapped in chiffon and iridescent film
Created in collaboration with Gail Katz-James
Art DTour / Fermentation Festival Reedsburg, Wisconsin 2014
The Fermentation Festival is a celebration of the convergence of Arts and Agriculture.
During the Festival you can drive or bike the Art DTour through fifty beautiful rolling miles of Wisconsin countryside, to see Art Installations that explore our relationship to the land.
"Bubble Pub" transformed four old corn cribs in a farmer's cow pasture, into glowing bubbling vessels filled the beverage of your imagination.
The lively forces of fermentation are a metaphor for all that inspires us to create culture in all mediums.