Participation in the 2017 Wheaton Biennial; Beard and Weil Galleries
Wheaton College, Norton, MA
March 1 - April 10, 2017



I like the simple playfullness of shapes in their most basic form: a folded piece of paper that becomes an envelope, an envelope can resemble a tent.

For the reciever of our good wishes in places like camps, receiving is colored by immediete environments, the pressure of too little time, or too much of it, locations, barriars, services or lack of, crowding. In different places and in different realities, in our absence, our wishes become something else.
It is the familiar process of recognizing when reality is perception; when choices and actions are liberated from our intent
and are changed by the perception of the recipients of those actions.