Portfolio: Pattern and Process [EXHIBITION]

Pattern and Process asks how and why patterns help navigate us through our collective and intimate worlds. Whether we recognize it or not, pattern occurs in all aspects of our lives and affects us in different ways. In using a broad definition of the term—colors, forms, images, or ideas that can be repeated in a serial way—pattern can be decorative, structural, occur in nature, inform and shape our behavior, or act as recurring markers of time. Patterns can provide a set of rules, shape rhythm in music, or even determine our own habits. Organized thematically, the artworks in the exhibition investigate how patterns create—or sometimes challenge—order, systems, and processes; how patterns locate us within the external, physical world, evoking movement, landscape, and time; and how patterns conjure or mine our psychic states or internal worlds, including our memories and emotions.

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Enmeshed II

two-colored zinc plate and stone lithograph on Rives BFK paper

Spaced Invaders

inkjet digital print on paper

6 P.M.

etching with sugarlift, aquatint, drypoint and scraping


color lithograph on five pieces of paper mounted on board

Desire 1

colored pencil on paper

Constellation -- Uccello

four color aquatint and etching

Berlin Wall

pigment inkjet on porous-coated baryta paper

Flower Block

glass, flame-worked and cased

Composition No. 10

graphite and pastel on paper

Counting Numbers

watercolor, graphite and resin on paper

Red Calendar/Yesterday, Today, Tomorrow-V

graphite, resin, graph paper, oil and watercolor on paper


wood, thread, graphite and oil on paper

Remoulade (Furnishing Fabric)

upholstery fabric (wool, cotton, linen, rayon, metallic strip encased in synthetic film, nylon, gold gilt strip wound around cotton fiber core, polyethelene)

Pit (working title)

Mold-melted glass, metal, and wood

Side A and Side B

gelatin silver print on paper

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