Any one of the Many Parts
Work created during my time in Seattle, WA, following the completion of my undergraduate studies, represents a step away from closely translated inspirational imagery and confrontational scale. During this time I focused on creating related objects at an intimate scale. I spent time reflecting on self development and growth, and how to find my place in a new environment. As a result, I have considered how each piece can exist as an individual and as part of a group. The inspiration remains rooted in the study of histology, however now with greater focus on the feeling of the cell clusters and curves, as well as the curves of the bodies' origin, and a more exploratory use of color.