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  • Greenhouse 2, 2014, oil on MDF, 9x11 inches

  • Sulfur-loving Plant

    2014, oil on MDF, 10x12 inches

  • Construction Site

    2014, oil on MDF, 9x12 inches

  • Control Room

    2014, oil on MDF, 9x11.5 inches

  • Moss Garden

    2014, oil on MDF, 8.5x10 inches

  • Plant

    2013, oil on MDF, 10x11.25 inches

  • Cliffs, 2014, oil on MDF, 6x10 inches

  • Pier, 2013, oil on MDF, 10x12 inches

  • Planet Aid, 2013, oil on MFD, 10x12 inches

  • Bridge, 2014, oil on MDF, 7x9 inches

  • Lookout, 2013, oil on MDF, 9x12 inches

  • Lost Cushions, 2013, oil in MDF, 10x12 inches

  • Mounds, 2013, oil on MDF, 6.5x9 inches

  • Drain, 2013, oil on MDF, 8x10.75 inches

  • Wigs in Snow, 2013, oil on MDF, 10x12 inches

  • Greenhouse

    2011, oil on MDF, 9x11 inches

  • Tank, 2012, oil on MDF, 8x11 inches

  • Parking Garage, 2012, oil on MDF, 8x10 inches

  • Dinosaur Park, 2012, oil on MDF, 8x13 inches

  • Artificial Nests. 2013, oil on MDF, 7.75x12.5 inches

  • Floats, 2012, oil on MDF, 7.75x11.5 inches

  • Houses, 2012, oil on MDF, 7.75x12.5 inches

  • Desert Platform, 2012, oil on MDF, 9x10.5 inches

  • Temporary Fencing

    2011, oil on MDF, 6.5x15 inches

  • Bamboo Forest, 2012, oil on MDF, 9x11 inches

  • Industry, 2012, oil on MDF, 7.5x11 inches

  • Moon Bounce, 2012, oil on MDF, 7.25x10 inches

  • Blind

    2010, oil on MDF, 8x10 inches

  • Decoy

    2009, oil on MDF, 9x12 inches

  • Platform

    2010, oil on MDF, 8x10 inches

  • Research Station

    2009, oil on MDF, 7.75x10.25 inches

  • Housing Estates

    2009, oil on MDF, 8x9 inches

  • Cracking

    2009, oil on MDF, 7x8.5 inches

My recent paintings depict the edges of human habitation— outposts in the wilderness of the arctic and overlooked margins of densely populated areas nearer home. The familiar landscapes examine both the practical and unplanned ways we transform our visual environment, while the arctic scenes offer evidence of our attempts to measure, tame, live in, understand, and improve our world, set against the unknowable vastness of nature itself.