"The historical root of this is from stock taking - counting or assessing the number of animals on your farm, or the number of items in stock in your shop etc.
To review or make an overall assessment of a particular situation, typically as a prelude to making a decision.
To think carefully about the things that have happened in a situation in order to decide what to do next.
In this installation, which is made up of dozens of pieces made recently to long ago, I am taking stock: putting things together to look at them; to see how much I can cram into a room like puzzle; to see all the parts of me; to understand the facets, the time, the ideas, the divergences, the tracks, the patterns that repeat themselves through the decades; to take stock of the idiosyncratic artist I am. To revel in this, and to see it anew, with you."
Silk, cotton, mohair, rayon, wool, mesh,
8.5 x 8 in.
Dynamic Directional, 2013
Gouache on paper
27.5 x 37.5 in.
Colored pencil and neocolor on paper
19.75 x 27.58 in.
Road Lines, 2017
Graphite, tape on paper
15.75 x 22.58 in.
Screen print pigment, paint marker, gouache on paper
24.75 x 35.75 in.
Graphite on paper
27.58 x 19.75 in.
Tower I, 2018
Charcoal & colored pencil on paper,
40 x 27.5 in
Left to right: Untitled, Counting Days, Viral Stairs, Pandemic, Ascension, Untitled, 2020
Silk, cotton, cashmere, rayon, acrylic, wool , mesh
Venice Grid, 2017
Gouache on bristol board
13 x 18.78 in.
Viral Stairs, 2020
Silk, cotton, cashmere, rayon, acrylic, wool, mesh
8 x 8 in.
Blue Explosion, 2020
Silk, cotton, mohair, rayon, wool, mesh
8 x 8 in.