“Lenz: Aporia (Largo)”
watercolor, acrylic & gold leaf on paper
  22”w x 25 1/4”h
2015
“Lenz: Aporia (Largo)”detail
watercolor, acrylic & gold leaf on paper
  22”w x 25 1/4”h
2015

“Lenz: Aporia (Andante)”
watercolor, acrylic & gold leaf on paper
  15 1/4”w x 20 1/2”h
2015
“Lenz: Aporia (Andante)”detail
watercolor, acrylic & gold leaf on paper
  15 1/4”w x 20 1/2”h
2015
“Lenz: Aporia (Allegro)”
watercolor, acrylic & gold leaf on paper
  22”w x 28”h
2015
“Lenz: Aporia (Allegro)” detail
watercolor, acrylic & gold leaf on paper
  22”w x 28”h
2015
“Lenz: Aporia (Scherzo)”
watercolor, acrylic & gold leaf on paper
  22”w x 28”h
2015
“Lenz: Aporia (Scherzo)” detail
watercolor, acrylic & gold leaf on paper
  22”w x 28”h
2015
“Lenz: Aporia (Rondo)”
watercolor, acrylic & gold leaf on paper
  18 3/4”w x 22”h
2015
“Lenz: Aporia (Rondo)” detail
watercolor, acrylic & gold leaf on paper
  18 3/4”w x 22”h
2015
“Acedia: Dead Danes (December)”
watercolor, acrylic & gold leaf on paper
22 1/2”w x 22”h
2014
“Acedia: Dead Danes (Yorick)”
watercolor, acrylic & gold leaf on paper
35 1/4”w x 38 1/2”h
2014
“Acedia: Dead Danes (August)”
watercolor, acrylic & gold leaf on paper
22 1/2”w x 22”h
2014
“Acedia: Dead Danes (August)” Detail
“Acedia: Dead Danes (February)”
watercolor, acrylic & gold leaf on paper
22 1/2”w x 22”h
2014
“Acedia: Dead Danes (February)” Detail
“Acedia: Dead Danes (January)”
watercolor, acrylic & gold leaf on paper
22 1/2”w x 22”h
2014
“Acedia: Dead Danes (January)” Detail
“Acedia: Dead Danes (September)”
watercolor, acrylic & gold leaf on paper
22 1/2”w x 22”h
2014
“Acedia: Dead Danes (September)” Detail
Prototype: Iggy Stooge
Swans Tour Poster, 2014
collaboration with Justin Walsh
"[...] Everything that interests us, the meaning of life in relation to death, is categorically unknowable since every question that demands such knowledge is a 'bad question.' And at bottom, that is what we know today: that we can know everything except that which interests us."

[...]

"[Man] is a groundless being that can be objectified. Within this consensus nests a specific negative religiosity, the mirror of Western religiosity. Contrary to our naively atheist parents, we are profoundly religious, although perversely so. However, it is questionable whether our profound religious experience is solace."

                     — Vilém Flusser

In the Studio

"Palimpsest 24"
watercolor & acrylic on paper
23"w x 23"h
2014