"L'Enfant Sky", 160"L x 46"H x 2 1/2"D. Postage stamps on aluminum. L'Enfant Plaza, Washington, DC.
Detail of "L'Enfant Sky”, 160"L x 46"H x 2 1/2"D . Postage stamps on aluminum. L'Enfant Plaza, Washington, D.C.
“Promenade in Blues, Reds and Greens”, 166.5”L x 74.25” H x 2 ½”D (average of jagged edges). Postage stamps on aluminum. L'Enfant Plaza, Washington, D.C.
Detail of “Promenade in Blues, Reds and Greens”.
"Dreams" at the Dayton Children's Hospital (Dayton, Ohio). 40"H x 60"L x 3"D. Postage stamps on board.
Detail of left mosaic.
Detail of right mosaic.
"Austin with Parks"
Inspired from an aerial view of Austin, Texas. The mosaic is made of two sections with a negative space that creates the Colorado River. Its the most vibrant, colorful piece I have created in a long time.The green areas are Austin parks and recreational areas.
115"L x 54"H x 3"D, postage stamps on aluminum
To emulate Austin's terrain, the stamps were applied in a fluid way.
"Circles", postage stamps on board. 60"H x 90"L x 2.5"D
Detail of "Circles".
Detail of "Circles".
Map of "Washington, D.C. and Baltimore" in the Medstar headquarters lobby (Columbia, MD). 52"H x 192" x 3"D. Featuring American medical stamps with international postage stamps on aluminum.
Detail of map of Baltimore.
Washington, D.C. map detail.
"Colorado River" as it flows through Austin, Texas. 84"H x 240" L x 2.5" D, postage stamps on aluminum.
Detail of "Colorado River"
Wall sculpture at the new Marriott Hotel in Bellevue, Washington. 48" x 229" x 2.5", postage stamps on aluminum.
Detail of the Marriott Hotel in Bellevue, Washington.
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postage stamps on aluminum, 216" L x 95"H
CLIENT: forest products company
THEIR STORY: consistently invest in long term sustainable forests
ART INSPIRATION: forest of trees
Detail of "Forest"
postage stamps on aluminum, 60" x 60"
CLIENT: industrial gas producer
THEIR STORY: innovation through molecular science
ART INSPIRATION: energetic nitrogen molecules
postage stamps on aluminum, 40' L x 10"H x 3"D
CLIENT: medical technology developer
THEIR STORY: save lives through innovation
ART INSPIRATION: surgical stent technology
Detail of "Freeway".
postage stamps on aluminum, 151"L x 47"W x 3"D
CLIENT: sustainable agriculture company
THEIR STORY: committed to aid farmers to grow robust, healthy crops
ART INSPIRATION: plowed field with row of early growth plants
postage stamps on aluminum, 210”L X 46”W X 3”D
CLIENT: textile research and design company
THEIR STORY: design new materials to improve quality of life
ART INSPIRATION: molecular images of a new material
Map of Honor
American military postage stamps on aluminum, 121”L x 45”W x 2”D
CLIENT: American Army base hospital
THEIR STORY: history rooted in cooperation that creates a strong military force
ART INSPIRATION: see the many parts of the base as one unit from an aerial view
Detail of "Map of Honor".
"Aerial Landscape of Farmland", near Fort Worth, Texas. 115.5" W x 54" H. Postage stamps on board.
Detail of cloud formation in "Aerial Landscape of Farmland".
"Nature Reclaims a Golf Course" 59"L x 36"H, postage stamps on board.
Detail of Cardinal in "Nature Reclaims a Golf Course".
Little is known about Hélène.
Living in Paris during the German occupation, Hélène, a 14-year-old orphaned Jew, worked in the French Resistance. She wore a gloved prosthetic because her right hand was missing. As a resistor, she delivered coded letters and book bombs, easily walking unnoticed through crowds of German soldiers. Youth was her most potent disguise. After an explosion, she often returned to the scene, but amid the chaos, the soldiers would demand that she go home.
In March 1943, Hélène walked into a crowded café filled with lunching Gestapo. Hidden inside a book in her school satchel was a bomb. As she entered the café and walked toward the toilet, she surveyed the noisy Germans. In the bathroom, she removed her prosthetic thumb to expose a long pin and, with a poke, started the timer. She replaced her thumb, then breathed deeply. She opened the door and walked behind the crowded tables, dipping slightly to stash her satchel. Eager to escape the stench of sauerkraut, she glided out of the café and scampered across the street to a school.
After stepping inside a small lobby, she turned to watch the explosion through a large window. Her eyes fell on a young soldier who was following behind her, clutching the satchel. As he pulled the door, she panicked and jammed her prosthetic hand into the door, pinning it shut. Confused, the soldier shouted and banged on the door. Alarmed, the schoolchildren leapt to the window. The bomb exploded.
Please note, "Hélène" is in concept stage, still waiting for funding.
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