Recent Exhibitions, Events and Commissioned Projects

I have had the privilege of working with some great individuals and organizations and I am always grateful to be able to do so.


  Vanderbilt's Nobel Laureates: A Visual Tribute to Discovery and Innovation , 2017, The wond'ry At vanderbilt university, nashville, tn

Vanderbilt's Nobel Laureates: A Visual Tribute to Discovery and Innovation, 2017, The wond'ry At vanderbilt university, nashville, tn

Vanderbilt University's New Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship: The Wond'ry                    

Vanderbilt's Nobel Laureates: A Visual Tribute to Discovery and Innovation

Installed September 2017

Six Nobel Laureates are affiliated with Vanderbilt.  My goal in Vanderbilt's Nobel Laureates: A Visual Tribute to Discovery and Innovation is to honor each of them with a single piece that represents the theme of an entire lifetime of work. 


  Cures Within Reach 2017 Global Health Repurposing Awards Event , 2017, the radisson blu aqua, Chicago, il

Cures Within Reach 2017 Global Health Repurposing Awards Event, 2017, the radisson blu aqua, Chicago, il

Cures Within Reach 2017 Global Health Repurposing Awards Event

Various pieces to honor each of the 4 awardees

Awarded in June 2017

Full details about Cures Within Reach and the awardees can be found in this press release and on the event website.


  TAU , 2017, PIGMENT ON CANVAS, 36" X 36"  

TAU, 2017, PIGMENT ON CANVAS, 36" X 36"  

Displayed in a private residence

Tau

2017

I created this piece for a client and a friend who wanted a piece that had something to do with brain damage obtained from concussions.  

The tau protein (shown in blue) is thought to play a role in the development of many neurological disorders including Alzheimer's disease, Parkinson's disease and traumatic brain injury. 

Initial image rendered from 4Y5I.


  BOILED, BROILED OR BAKED , 2016, PIGMENT ON CANVAS, 16" X 24"

BOILED, BROILED OR BAKED, 2016, PIGMENT ON CANVAS, 16" X 24"

Displayed in a private residence

Boiled, Broiled or Baked

2017

I created this piece for a couple that particularly enjoys spending time by the ocean and eating seafood.

The red objects in the middle are a pigment that gives lobster its red color when cooked.  Before the lobster is cooked it is a blue/gray color because the protein (shown in blue) sequesters the pigment molecules  

Initial image rendered from 1GKA.