Eyedrum installation

THE RAGMAN DRAWS CIRCLES (TAKING THE REIGNS)
(Shown right and center)
2017

Wall piece:
Synthetic polymer paint, scrunchies, fabric, ribbons, found dish towel, notions and wood-burning on panel.
72 x 59 x 12"

Floor piece:
Laser-etched painting on wood panel, embroidery, fabric, stuffed fabric, found crochet, artist-knit panel, ribbons, doily and prom dress.
18 x 75 x 75"

Connecting piece:
Faux leather with bells and synthetic polymer paint.

THE COMMUTE (THERE'S A MAN WHO WALKS BESIDE ME/HE IS WHO I USED TO BE)
(Shown on left wall)
2015

Synthetic polymer paint, fabric, marker, watercolor, ribbon and embroidery on canvas

46 x 58"

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