In this Terrestrial series mathematically generated plant growth patterns are layered often with botanical renderings to draw attention to what we really perceive when we look at the natural world. These plant patterns relate to an ancient meta physics found across civilizations and through time connected by principles of micro and macro cosmos, fractal geometries and plant medicines. This visual field is painted to bring the eye in and out of focus with the floating phyllotactic shapes poised like satellite dishes, their faces towards the sun and space, imagined as futurist light transforming Earth Stations. Drawings of people becoming plants inhabit the conceptual space of the Earth Stations.

Earth Station Garden, 84″ x 84″, acrylic on canvas, 2021

Sound Garden, 43″ x 73″, acrylic on canvas, 2021

Flower Stamp, 10’x 10′, acrylic on canvas, 2020

Blue Earth Station, 40″ x 40″, acrylic on wood, 2021

Copper Earth Station 40″ x 40″, acrylic on wood, 2021

Acacia 12′ x 5′, acrylic on non-woven media with wire, 2021

Passiflora 7′ x 3′ , acrylic on non-woven media and wire, 2021

Pointsettia 8′ x 5′, acrylic on non-woven media with wire, 2021

Sampaguita and Jasmine, 9′ x 4′, graphite on paper, 2020

Earth Station #1 , 24″ x 36″, acrylic on wood, 2020

Distraction Signal #1, 8″ x 10″ , acrylic on metal, 2020