Big! Going Big!

Back in 2015, Angus was the first wall piece I created. It was the catalyst for shifting my focus away from sculptural furniture to the work you are now familiar with. Since then, I’ve created three other large-scale installations. First, there was Strangford, made for an exhibition at Google L.A.’s campus taking advantage of a 20’ high wall. Emboldened by the size, I created Inishowen, a work that would command attention for the San Francisco Fall Art & Antiques show. Inishowen is an environment large enough to sit inside to read, relax or for contemplation. Most recently, I created a smaller installation, Neagh, for my solo exhibition at Craft in America, which hopefully you had the opportunity to see before it closed back in June!
 
These pieces would create a place of peaceful serenity in which ever space they were installed.

 Angus, 120" x 120”

Angus, 120" x 120”

 Inishowen, 144" x 92" diameter

Inishowen, 144" x 92" diameter

 Strangford triptych, 120" x 120"

Strangford triptych, 120" x 120"