Five hand-drawn and carved linocuts printed large and mounted at eye-level in the rural setting of Rhoneymeade Sculpture Garden and Arboretum in Centre Hall. The circles will be printed on clear acrylic so that the landscape can be viewed through the lace-like negative space of the designs. Guests will be able to walk up to them, touch them, look through them at the landscape from many angles, walk among them, and see several overlapping; creating an artistically interactive experience of Centre County’s rural beauty.
Healing and transition kept me more indoors this summer than ever. The intent of this piece then is to direct viewers to notice and celebrate the "common" landscape that we so often take for granted.
Financiado pelo capítulo State College, PA (December 2018)