This painting is in the permanent collection of Whitworth University in Spokane, WA.
This series envisions how climate change is reshaping our planet and our embodied experience of it.
Using NASA satellite images, the shapes in these paintings map newly exposed ground near glaciers. This is land that used to be permanently covered by a glacier that is now uncovered. This new earth is like a wound, or new, delicate skin that has formed over a wound and is now (ready or not) exposed to the world.
For more information about this series, please see this front-page feature in The Los Angeles Times.
Or this short video profile of my work on Oregon Public Broadcasting.