ART & COLOR
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Aquatic, street front window installation

Aquatic, street front window installation

72”'x 144” 4 separate panels, 72” x 36” each. Oil and pencil on canvas. Frame 301, Monserrat Art Galleries, Beverly MA. Supported by Beverly Cultural Council

Aquatic, street view

Aquatic, street view

Installation at Frame 301, Beverly, MA 2015

Oil and pencil on 5 canvas panels 6' x 12'

"Jeffrey", World AIDS day

"Jeffrey", World AIDS day

Inkstamps of ants and birds on 11" x 14" vellum sheets. Jeffrey Carples was a friend who died of AIDS in the 1980s. This obituary photo appeared in the NYTimes and informed me of his death. This full wall installation was at Boston Museum of Fine Arts on World AIDS Day, December 1, 2000.

"Jeffrey" detail

"Jeffrey" detail

An installation at Boston's Museum of Fine Arts for World Aids Day, December 1, 2000. ink stamps and color pencil on vellum sheets 14" x 11" each.  Full height approximately 12'

Memorial with Birds, World AIDS day

Memorial with Birds, World AIDS day

Reminiscences of people lost to AIDS enhanced this interactive installation at Boston Museum of Fine Arts on World AIDS Day, Dec. 1, 2001.  Museum guests filled in the stories.  Photocopied and hand written modular 11" x 14" vellum.

 

Memorial with Birds (detail)

Memorial with Birds (detail)

World Trade Center- WTC

World Trade Center- WTC

Library of Congress Witness and Response Pencil on paper 10”x12”

Aquatic, street front window installation

72”'x 144” 4 separate panels, 72” x 36” each. Oil and pencil on canvas. Frame 301, Monserrat Art Galleries, Beverly MA. Supported by Beverly Cultural Council

Aquatic, street view

Installation at Frame 301, Beverly, MA 2015

Oil and pencil on 5 canvas panels 6' x 12'

"Jeffrey", World AIDS day

Inkstamps of ants and birds on 11" x 14" vellum sheets. Jeffrey Carples was a friend who died of AIDS in the 1980s. This obituary photo appeared in the NYTimes and informed me of his death. This full wall installation was at Boston Museum of Fine Arts on World AIDS Day, December 1, 2000.

"Jeffrey" detail

An installation at Boston's Museum of Fine Arts for World Aids Day, December 1, 2000. ink stamps and color pencil on vellum sheets 14" x 11" each.  Full height approximately 12'

Memorial with Birds, World AIDS day

Reminiscences of people lost to AIDS enhanced this interactive installation at Boston Museum of Fine Arts on World AIDS Day, Dec. 1, 2001.  Museum guests filled in the stories.  Photocopied and hand written modular 11" x 14" vellum.

 

Memorial with Birds (detail)

World Trade Center- WTC

Library of Congress Witness and Response Pencil on paper 10”x12”

Aquatic, street front window installation
Aquatic, street view
"Jeffrey", World AIDS day
"Jeffrey" detail
Memorial with Birds, World AIDS day
Memorial with Birds (detail)
World Trade Center- WTC