Connection / Two Boxes & Poplars,  2018 installation of posts, wood, graphite, black paint, rope, needle, tulip poplar saplings, acorns, grass, thread, ginko leaves, flags. Installation variable.
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 Installation View,  Neck of the Woods: Marrow , Elon University, 2018 with 2 floor drawings (foreground):  8 x 10’: Solitary,  grey & red gaffers tape &  UNHCR Refugee Tent: Family of 5,  white gaffers tape
 floor:  UNHCR Refugee Tent: Family of 5,  white gaffers tape, 2018. wall l to r:  Recording 2  ,  2014,   ink, graphite on paper, 52 x 53”, 2014 &  (DE/IN/RE)CLINE, RESIDUE OF TOUCH,  set of 14 graphite works on paper, 17 x 11”, 2018.
 Installation view:  Disassembled & Repackaged Gun in Hutch , from solo exhibit,  What Lies Beneath  at China Hutch, Chestertown, MD, 2017
 Detail:  Disassembled & Repackaged Gun in Hutch , 2017, gun parts, plastic, bracelet
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 Installation from  What Lies Beneath , China Hutch, 2017
 Installation view:  Tremor in Shadow , Project 1628, Baltimore, MD, 2016
 Installation view:  Tremor in Shadow , Project 1628, Baltimore, MD, 2016
 Installation:  Tremor in Shadow , Project 1628, Baltimore, MD, 2016  wall l to r: Considering Deep Time,  2016, Ginko sap, Hopi Tapaut, map of time walk in Baltimore County, Ginko chloroform, graphite, paper, 24 x 19”.    Surveying Tulip Poplar leaves,  2016,   tulip tree chloroform, graphite, paper, 24 x 19”.    Hearth & Home/Vodka & Gun Parts , 2016, strap & found bottle and gun from attic in rural Baltimore County.
  Territory: A Topographic Map,  2016, dimensions & materials variable. from  Tremor in Shadow , Project 1628, Baltimore, MD, 2016.    Natural materials for this work, included grass, snake skins, bark, saplings, paper, thread, paint, flags, poly rope.  The elements were first gathered as part of an earlier, site-specific outdoor exhibition in Baltimore County,  Black Box and Adjacent Body.
  Middle Eastern Refugee Map,  2015, printed paper, 125 @ 19 x 25” and  Floor Drawing: UN Refugee Tent , 2015, grass/thread, 13 x 13.5’  from  Borders & Migration: Shifting Geographie  s , Rodgers Gallery, Berea College, 2015
 Detail of pages with 1/6” grid. Each square represents one person, adding the total number of migrants across the globe in 2015. Some of the squares cut out to emphasize the individual scale of each.  Borders & Migration: Shifting Geographies , Rodgers Gallery, Berea College, 2015
 Installation  Borders & Migration: Shifting Geographie  s , Rodgers Gallery, Berea College, 2015
  Interval , Bruck Pollock and Renee van der Stelt, GrizzlyGrizzly, Philadelphia, 2014
 Installation view of  Score/Fold , from  Paper Shapers , Goucher College, 2012
  Mapping , Hemphill Fine Art, Washington DC, 2011
 Installation view, Hamiltonian Gallery: Recordings Series (from l to r)   Wind blowing ginko leaves , 2010, ink on paper, 24 x 18"  Wind blowing tulip poplar leaves: 10/07/2010 , ink on paper, 24 x 18"  Wind blowing white pine needles: 10/07/2010 , ink on paper, 24 x 18"  Grass Motion: 9/16/2008 , 2008, ink on paper, 24 x 18"
  Veiled Geography: Impermanent Drawings , Colburn Gallery, Burlington, VT 2010
  Interrupted Terrain , GalleryOne, Ellensburg, WA 2009
  Global/Local , Roswell Museum and Art Center, Roswell, NM 2009
  Global/Local , Roswell Museum and Art Center, Roswell, NM 2009
  Global/Local , Roswell Museum and Art Center, Roswell, NM 2009
  Global/Local , Roswell Museum and Art Center, Roswell, NM 2009
  You are Here , Ellipse Art Center, Arlington, VA 2007
  You are Here , Ellipse Art Center, Arlington, VA 2007
  Obsessive Aesthetics , Maryland Art Place, MD 2007
 Installation view: glass plate ink drawings & Moon Map, School 33, 2005  The  cliché verre  drawings seen at right, and in the next two images were created through scanning and enlarging cropped sections of 4 x 5" ink drawings dried onto dusty glass plates. Portions of the digital scans were printed as large lamda prints. Other glass plates were used as negatives, printed with a photographic enlarger in the darkroom and developed as photographs. The resulting images resemble deep space photographs from NASA or satellite images, or of satellite images of planets.
 Installation view: printed glass plate ink drawings, School 33, 2005
 Installation view,  Observation Deck , 2005, Baltimore Museum of Art
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  Pin Drawings , SPARE ROOM, Baltimore, MD 2004
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