Maquette built from built from three objects: gold locket, stolen milk carton, and postcard from series Blank Postcards to my Sister
“I Remember”
Installation based on poems, built from a maquette that was built from three objects: gold locket, stolen milk carton, and postcard from series Blank Postcards to my Sister
September 2017
Correlate (i)
Mural installation 93” x 90” in Studio Arts Building
Inspired by Joe Brainard’s “I Remember” 
October 2017
Correlate (ii)
Site specific installation for Collaborative Aggregates show Carbon 
8' x 8' on two movable 4'x8' birch plywood panels
Inspired by Joe Brainard’s “I Remember” 
January 2018
This work was shown at Herter Art Gallery, Amherst, MA and Warner Babcock Institute for Green Chemistry, Wilmington, MA
This is a mural about remembering and forgetting. It’s about accepting the past and moving on. The phrase “I remember” stemmed from Joe Brainard’s writing and has been transformed within my own piece to encompass my own memories growing up adopted, being raised by a single mother, my first heartbreak, and the discovery of my childhood birthday wish finally coming true.  There are three recurring objects: a gold locket, a stolen milk carton, and a postcard template from my series "Blank Postcards to My Sister."  Each object is accompanied by a poem explaining its significance.  The objects are in communication with each other through their juxtaposition on the wall and the inter-layering of blocks.  The mural combines relief printmaking, painting, drawing, and writing.