Inland Specific at Wignall Museum/Gallery

I am intrigued by natural processes: how a mushroom can grow on a tree, how water evaporates from a pool of pigment, how bees can secrete wax from their glands to use a a building material. I feel that the genuine interest of art lies within the interaction of human touch and the elements of the earth.

Mudra II 2000, Beeswax Canvas Panels, 16' x 5' each
Mudra II 2000, Beeswax Canvas Panels, 16' x 5' each
Mudra II 2000, Beeswax Canvas Panels, 16' x 5' each
Mudra II 2000, Beeswax Canvas Panels, 16' x 5' each
Mudra II 2000, Beeswax Canvas Panels, detail
Mudra II 2000, Beeswax Canvas Panels, detail

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