What engages me about site-integrated public art is the materiality and permanence of the medium married to images that are interesting, imaginative and culturally reverberant. My artwork is colorful, lively and elegant. I use a visual vocabulary that includes ornamentation in the form of pattern and repetition. Some of my work is abstract but referential, and some include images, usually in the form of line drawings. I am comfortable working on any 2-D surface.
I have installed a hand-painted ceramic tile mural at the Howard Street El Station, IL, Chicago, a mosaic column at the Seattle-Tacoma International Airport, faceted glass windscreens at the Cleveland Street Subway Station, Brooklyn, NY, laminated glass windscreens at the 25th Avenue Subway Station, Brooklyn, NY, a mosaic mural at the Jacksonville International Airport, FL, ceramic tile murals at the Lambert-St. Louis International Airport MetroLink Station, and nylon canopies at the Los Angeles Metro Slauson Station.