A large scale project started back around 2002 – “Totems” focuses on depicting “the faces of the wild” – a range of graphite and ink work done on brown paper bags. “These faces are a part of the images immersed within my mind – recreations of experiences lived while out thrashing about the provocative wilds where I grew-up and later where I have traveled”.
Part of the project includes an elaborate suspended-framing process still under revision. Finished pieces will be available in a variety of sizes and formats. Some of the larger scale works exceeding (when framed) 8×4 feet. The project acts as the backbone work for “Art from the Pack” – though the work expected to be featured throughout the tour will undoubtedly be of a smaller scale.
Due to interest in the framing process associated with the larger scale work, I have added a few images in the gallery below of concept sketch work for how the “Totems” would appear once framed. A more detailed explanation of the process can be requested through the “contact the artist” page.
“Totem” works will soon be available for purchases and contract*, please notify me if you are interested.