Solo Exhibit at Sotheby's International, Jamaica Plain 2016
Solo Exhibit at Unlimited Sotheby's International, Jamaica Plain 2017
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Seeking Human Kindness - Harvard Square
The English Teacher - Kwala Village, Tanzania
A Day in the Life - Washington Square, NYC
America in Crisis - Detroit
Harvard Square - Cambridge
Pied Piper with Fiddle - Brookline, Massachusetts
Waiting - Boston
Family Gathering - Fanieul Hall, Boston
Millennial Relations - San Jose, Costa Rica
Le Metro - Montreal
The Lookout - North End, Boston
Benched - Boston Common
Talkin' Turkey - Central Sq, Cambridge, MA
Waiting to Perform - Cambridge, MA
Does Anyone Really Know What Time It Is? - Harvard Square
A Fond Farewell - San Francisco Bay
Klotz Throwing Company, Lonaconing, MD
The Klotz Throwing Company, in the mountains of western Maryland, was a silk mill that once employed about 300 workers full-time before shuttering in 1957. So many memories left behind.
Across the country homes, schools, businesses, churches, and factories have been abandoned; people have vacated the premises, often leaving their belongings behind. Some of the reasons for these are fire, flood, foreclosure, death. Discovering these places and exploring them is fascinating, frightening, and sad. Who are the people who lived, taught, prayed, and conducted business in these places? Where did they go? Why did they leave? So many stories in what has been left behind, what interrupted the lives of these people. Stepping into an abandoned building is always an adventure; I am awestruck by the devastation, yet drawn to the beauty of what remains and the stories that are left behind. Most of these places will be demolished, devoured by vegetation, carted away in pieces, never to exist again. I am drawn to document these abandoned buildings, to preserve their legacies.