“Connected By Sea” shot glass
The “Connected By Sea” project created a 1000-foot tattoo design on the main pier at Boston Shipyard, inspired by the sailor tradition of tattoo and giving homage to all the cultures that created Boston in its sailing history. The piece shown signifies Brazil’s indigenous cultures.
These shot glasses were offered as rewards in the funding campaign to create the project. Use them to hoist your dram of rum, and to celebrate Boston, tattoo culture, or the connectedness of the human family that the project symbolizes.
Eyeborg: Machine Visionary
Detail of an original large canvas- In this new composition I added color and digital effects to hint at color-changing sensations from changing lighting.
6″x9″ archival Giclee print, edition of only 2 artist’s proofs. Matted to 12″ x 16″ with archival mat board, comes in protective acetate envelope.
Graphic drawing of a woman with bird, signifying quiet joy and hope. This is a study for a proposed wall mural, on wabi-sabi weathered cement wall. Edition of only two artist’s proof Giclee prints on archival paper, signed.
Art is 5.5’x8″ in an 11″ x 14″ archival mat, with acetate protective envelope.
“Goddess of Winter Hill” small print
Giclee print of “Goddess of Winter Hill” street art which I did on the back of the Winter Hill Post Office in Somerville.
This limited edition print series of 10 is 7 inches square, done in top-quality archival inks on thick acid-free matte finish art paper.