Part of the Chinese section of the tattoos on the pier, commemorating the long history of trade with China that made Boston a successful port city, this detail shows a stylized bat, a traditional good luck symbol found on trade … Read More
Stenciled in spray paint over a stucco-textured poured canvas in shades of sunny yellow, mustard and light green. The Flying Lemon is my personal avatar of the Trickster Spirit, giving a little bit of “WTF?” wherever it appears. Comes with matching sticker.
This tattoo design was stained into the cement at the beginning of the main pier at Boston Shipyard, where the pier meets the land. It was intended to honor the native American tribes of the area, whose land this was. … Read More
Encaustic on panel with slim black frame. This sunny gold/yellow framed encaustic piece is a multi-layered reflection on basking in warm sun by a great river, and the cosmic balance of humans, the celestial spheres, and the earth.
Detail of a circular pattern from a ceramic plate, discovered in an archeological dig on the islands of the Amazon river delta. This was chosen to represent and honor the indigenous peoples of Brazil, who were also impacted by the … Read More