Make Yourself at Home transformed a Rochester Art Center gallery into a domestic space, with artist-designed and altered furnishings including throw pillows, curtains, and a brocade couch.
I embrace both the beautiful and the grotesque aspects of nature. In this installation of photography and fiber-based work, fungi, worms and ants take their places alongside flowers, foliage and butterflies. The imagery touches on wide-ranging themes, including seasonal cycles, ecology, and the inevitability of decay, while remaining grounded in the landscapes of the upper Midwest.
Make Yourself at Home was part of the Jerome Emerging Artist Exhibition series at RAC, generously supported by the Jerome Foundation.