A foggy line exists between gods, humans and animals that mythology tries but fails to define. I find this line fascinating, often questioning how big (small?) the gaps are between the three.
In my newest work, I am exploring how to use animal representations allegorically, placing them in odd juxtaposition with urban architectural elements, many of which are iconic of my home city, Baltimore, Maryland. Each piece is meant to be a snippet of a story, the hint of a myth, leaving the audience to fill in the space around them with their own narrative.