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Open Love Letter, Flower Room. 11"x17" color prints. 2016. Nesbitt Gallery University of Arts and Sciences Oklahoma. Open Love Letter, Flower Room is a collection of flower images that I have been “gathering” from my partner since we began our relationship. Every day, unless together, he sends an image of a flower taken from his phone from wherever he is, before noon. They illustrate how relationships can be connected through technology. Printing them I am able to give a physicality to these “digital flowers” and share this modern day facet of a romantic act. 

Open Love Letter, Flower Room. 11"x17" color prints. 2016. Nesbitt Gallery University of Arts and Sciences Oklahoma. Open Love Letter, Flower Room is a collection of flower images that I have been “gathering” from my partner since we began our relationship. Every day, unless together, he sends an image of a flower taken from his phone from wherever he is, before noon. They illustrate how relationships can be connected through technology. Printing them I am able to give a physicality to these “digital flowers” and share this modern day facet of a romantic act. 

Me, You, Blue. muslin, ink, blue chalk dust. 2015. Nesbitt Gallery University of Arts and Sciences Oklahoma. Me, You, Blue was created with my partner who I have a long distance relationship with. Together we created this rope, one strand repeating “me”, another “you” and the middle strand dotted with our finger prints in blue chalk. The rope discusses both a connection, and distance.

Me, You, Blue. muslin, ink, blue chalk dust. 2015. Nesbitt Gallery University of Arts and Sciences Oklahoma. Me, You, Blue was created with my partner who I have a long distance relationship with. Together we created this rope, one strand repeating “me”, another “you” and the middle strand dotted with our finger prints in blue chalk. The rope discusses both a connection, and distance.

Untitled, Bruise Study. acrylic, joint compound, drywall. 2015. Nesbitt Gallery University of Arts and Sciences Oklahoma. Untitled, Bruise Study are humble reminders of our body’s physicality and I give reverence to these ephemeral markings by enlarging and embedding them in a building material, drywall.  

Untitled, Bruise Study. acrylic, joint compound, drywall. 2015. Nesbitt Gallery University of Arts and Sciences Oklahoma. Untitled, Bruise Study are humble reminders of our body’s physicality and I give reverence to these ephemeral markings by enlarging and embedding them in a building material, drywall.