In my work, there is a relationship with the fleeting life we share. There are themes of the body, the landscape, and a secular spiritualism. I wonder often and think about art and its relationship to transforming suffering. Drawing, looking, and processing are core roots for me. They all play within installation while operating in mediums of printmaking, sculpture, and painting. By utilizing writing and print, I invent forms that can be read. Using materials of the sea such as limestone in lithography, wood and metals of the land in relief and etching, or painting with plastics, my place as an artist is positioned at a moment where material communicates a response to our ever-changing gravities of today.

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Photographs by Noah S. Thompson, 2022