Drawing is a daily exercise that allows for the isolation of form and the opportunity to intimately know a particular space, real and imagined.  Monuments to Time began by drawing the massive granite ledges that separate soil from sea along the northern coast of Maine.  As I began to really know these forms and how they were shaped, I started to create my own.  Monuments to Time is an ongoing series of invented landscapes that explores the effects of time and the ever-changing environment on seemingly imperishable raw materials.

(Note: This very same granite rock has been quarried for use as the base materials of many monuments found throughout the United States:  JFK Memorial and Abingdon Square Doughboy, West Village, among others.)
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