Two Pillars is a wall-drawn installation that features two organic, vertical images drawn in ink and acrylic on polymer sheeting and continuing onto the wall. The pillars, with their undulating, intertwined patterns, reference growing vines found in nature that begin to represent rigid structures of strength, while seeming to escape their inner core. Above, an enlarged, black and yellow feather-like form floats, casting a stark shadow, as it escapes the other vines to which it was tethered. The overall image plays with contradictions of flat versus depth and movement versus rigidity and connection versus retreat.

Two Pillars, 102" x 114" x 8", 2019, acrylic, ink, polymer, foam, glitter, wood on panel