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My work reflects both the landscape I grew up in and my interest in the underlying structure of natural objects. Growing up in Indiana, with its expansive skies and industrial structures, nurtured my appreciation for clean, minimal forms.
The Midwest’s vast fields and skies serve as a visual canvas to power lines, granaries, and silos - structures wrought from pure function. These immense objects impressed upon me the feeling that structure itself is beauty, and the bare bones of a form are the often the beautiful parts.
The Midwest also affected my understanding of seasons and production. As a maker, I am more of a field than a factory, and every few years a field lays fallow in order to be strong enough to support the following years' harvests. 2016 was a fallow year for me - a deepening year to take stock and make space.
Expect new work summer 2017.

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