The Outermost Painting: The presence of life sustains life is a film made in collaboration with Christina Winbigler, filmmaker, and Paula Burleigh, curator, and commissioned by Allegheny College. The video documents the site-specific project of the same name, installed in the outdoor sculpture garden at Allegheny College in Meadville, Pennsylvania from October 2nd to December 12th. READ MORE
“Subtle Affinity,” is published in Forty-Five: A Journal of Outdoor Research and reviewed by David L. Hays. Read the full essay and accompanying review in Forty-Five: A Journal of Outdoor Research, or download it here.
I worked on this documentary as a researcher back in 1989 and recently discovered it on youtube.”The Environmental Revolution,” traces the development of humanity from prehistoric man to present day. For thousands of years, humans were a nomadic species and relied upon the environment for survival. The advent of agriculture in the last 10,000 years,. READ MORE
Opening October 1st Elements, a two-person show curated by Paula Burleigh in The Bowman, Penelec, and Megahan Gallery at Allegheny College, Meadville, PA along with The Outermost Painting, an outdoor installation in the garden of the gallery.
Mary Thomas reviews Respiration Paintings at The Frick Pittsburgh in the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, October 4, 2017 Elise Adibi Post-Gazette Photo credits: Steve Mellon, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
View the Frick Catalogue.
Biophilia, “Instinctive bond between human beings and other living systems” Bubbles and Bella/ Domestic and Wild (endangered) Emotional Connection
Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study at Harvard University Fellows Presentation