Lamp & Endtable Installation: acrylic and latex on vinyl, lamp cord, 101 ceramic light bulbs
The Lamp & Endtable Rounds are a mix of oil, alkyd, enamel, latex, silkscreen, photo collage and wallpaper. Each is approx 21 inches in diameter on MDF.
L & E Spheres: prismacolor pencil, sewn photo on paper
L & E Screenprints on Vinyl Records
Holga B & W photo shot then developed and printed in the darkroom at Sitka, Alaska
L & E BOX ON WHEELS: found objects, painting, photos
All Paintings include a vintage lamp cord.
I began the Lamp & Endtable Project in 2003. It came from dreams. With a message for environmental awareness, the Lamp & Endtable symbolizes an American and our roll in the wilderness. It is a message to respect the earth. The photos are not manipulated, 35mm, holga 120 and Poloroid film; digital, and are shot in the North West from Alaska to Northern California. I continue to photograph through time.
As the project continues to evolve I go off on tangents using many media to portray the objects, often on repurposed and recycled materials that also derive from the home.
Black and White film developed in Caffenol, Instant Coffee
On a photo shoot in Nevada with a bag full of cameras.
Polaroid Pic's Documentaion On Site Filming
and the Artist Shooting On Frozen Donner Lake
The photographs of the actual Lamp and End Table are 35mm film, Polaroid, and digital, untouched and taken in Alaska, Canada, California, Nevada, Oregon and Washington.
Inquiries about this ongoing project please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org