Print

Sculpture

Mary

Block

"Dialogues" Initiated during 2019–2022, is rich in its use of iconography and elegant materials.  The full iteration of each piece amalgamates sculpture and print.  The combination of the two media creates a dialogue between form and image.  Each joining of individual elements explores integrating two-dimensional and three-dimensional space.

"A Quiet Place" uses its two-dimensional components to reprise and expand on three-dimensional form.  Prints have the static spatial characteristic of being mounted to a wall.  The chair and throw pillows are variables, as each may change in placement or presence.

No Dialogue is permanent.  Each is an emotional spatial construct that provides approximations applied to a larger problem of change in landscape and space.  Thus each element within a piece may be purchased.  As individual artifacts, any object/print might move into the personalized spce of an individual's life.  Each will be replaced in s future Dialogue by yet another form or image.  A Dialogue is an artwork that is constantly changing.

A Quiet Place.  2022.

Iron, Bronze, Dye sublimation Print.

Composite.  Size changes with placement.

Dialogues

The Garden.  2022.

Bronze, Concrete, Dye Sublimation Print.

Composite.  Size changes with placement.

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Yesterday, Today, Tomorrow.  2022.

Iron, Dye Sublimation Print.

Composite.  Size changes with placement.

Enter Text

The temporal content and placement of the components of "Yesterday, Today, Tomorrow" forces its audience to move.  Individuals must walk through and about within the piece to view it.  Wall becomes a spatial anchor for print, sculpture pivot  points.

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The Adventures of Howard.  2022

Bronze, Dye Sublimation Print.

Composite.  Size changes with placement.

"The Adventures of Howard" begins a series of chapters, much like thought bubbles.  Prints (chapters) form a constellation revolving around the entral figure, Howard.  Its audience joins the constellation while viewing each print.  In addition, the thematic content of the piece may be used as a subchapter in the larger work, "The Garden" (see below).

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"The Garden" is a large venue.  It is a whole that uses two-dimensioinal images to create a surround inhibted by sculptures endemic to its created environment.  Although it contains clusters of images and forms, no one piec is staatic in its placement or presence.  Each form and image, while important, is detachable.  Parts cannot be stored, as such, sa the work is constantly evolving.


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