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The Treehouse

We move through rooms, fill them with our belongings, and through the repetition of our movements and the patterns of our possessions, the spaces become our own. Whether it is a family who has lived in their home for decades, or a young individual who carries their belongings from apartment to apartment and must re-create their environment each time, we are all seeking this sense of abode. Home-making can be the family rituals that shore up relationships within established domestic space, or new patterns that form and re-form slightly changed in a still unstable environment. My work explores how families and individuals build and maintain homes that are uniquely their own.




The Woodpile

We move through rooms, fill them with our belongings, and through the repetition of our movements and the patterns of our possessions, the spaces become our own. Whether it is a family who has lived in their home for decades, or a young individual who carries their belongings from apartment to apartment and must re-create their environment each time, we are all seeking this sense of abode. Home-making can be the family rituals that shore up relationships within established domestic space, or new patterns that form and re-form slightly changed in a still unstable environment. My work explores how families and individuals build and maintain homes that are uniquely their own.




Hollis Montessori

We move through rooms, fill them with our belongings, and through the repetition of our movements and the patterns of our possessions, the spaces become our own. Whether it is a family who has lived in their home for decades, or a young individual who carries their belongings from apartment to apartment and must re-create their environment each time, we are all seeking this sense of abode. Home-making can be the family rituals that shore up relationships within established domestic space, or new patterns that form and re-form slightly changed in a still unstable environment. My work explores how families and individuals build and maintain homes that are uniquely their own.




Cyndi and the Horses

We move through rooms, fill them with our belongings, and through the repetition of our movements and the patterns of our possessions, the spaces become our own. Whether it is a family who has lived in their home for decades, or a young individual who carries their belongings from apartment to apartment and must re-create their environment each time, we are all seeking this sense of abode. Home-making can be the family rituals that shore up relationships within established domestic space, or new patterns that form and re-form slightly changed in a still unstable environment. My work explores how families and individuals build and maintain homes that are uniquely their own.




Frisbee Star

We move through rooms, fill them with our belongings, and through the repetition of our movements and the patterns of our possessions, the spaces become our own. Whether it is a family who has lived in their home for decades, or a young individual who carries their belongings from apartment to apartment and must re-create their environment each time, we are all seeking this sense of abode. Home-making can be the family rituals that shore up relationships within established domestic space, or new patterns that form and re-form slightly changed in a still unstable environment. My work explores how families and individuals build and maintain homes that are uniquely their own.




Upstate New York Window #1

We move through rooms, fill them with our belongings, and through the repetition of our movements and the patterns of our possessions, the spaces become our own. Whether it is a family who has lived in their home for decades, or a young individual who carries their belongings from apartment to apartment and must re-create their environment each time, we are all seeking this sense of abode. Home-making can be the family rituals that shore up relationships within established domestic space, or new patterns that form and re-form slightly changed in a still unstable environment. My work explores how families and individuals build and maintain homes that are uniquely their own.