What do homes mean to us in a time of accelerated economy that enables growth and construction? The last retreat of home is the bed; we sleep, rest, dream—our sanctuary. The images are of a highway interchange, mirrored and repeated to create an ornate, luxurious pattern connoting wealth and affluence on a king size substrate. Emblazoned in gold florets are chainsaws and Honda Accords (my car). It is hand serigraph printed on pulp paper from the Campbell River mill, cedar and fir logs are from a lot recently cleared for a new home. As we move closer to the forest to be near peace, nature and beauty, so we change it for our home.
Examining the daily processes of living provoke drawings that become other media.