Microorganism
120cm, 2009

This was a suitable element to represent the existence of the invisible micro organisms. This represents the form of micro organisms through the lens of a microscope.

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The Birth
50 X 50 X 70, 2009

This cocoon shape comprised of imaginary micro organisms is used to represent that birth is the beginning of existence.

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Water Flower
240cm X 240cm, 2009

The book titled \’the water has to know the answer\’ by Japanese author Emoto Masaru is about water crystal formation. At the end of his long research, he showed the image of how water crystals forms can be changed by a person\’s words, music, emotion and situation. This work is based on the message in that book. I I used to the crystal form to represent positive words and feelings. This shows that small things that people don\’t recognize can cause a significant change to the movement and sustainability of life to the small things in existence.

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Dose
120 cmX 120cm X 40cm, 2009

I got an idea from looking at the small grain of medicine inside a capsule of a pill. The pill is for healing. Healing is a key element that keeps us alive.

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Alive
150cm X 210cm,2009

This is a spoonful of salt. However it also represents nourishment (food) that keeps us alive. Each grain of salt is used to represent existence.

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Gaia
115cmX240cm, 2009

This represents sand and also represents the land (world) we live in.This beginning and end of life is represented by the grains of sand on the beach

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Dust Flower
90cm X 90cm, 2010

I focused on small particles in our lives to explain existence that surrounds our world but often is not noticed. This piece was created to represent dust particles. It was influenced by my other work called “water flower” which represented water crystals. I thought about how the dust particles might form crystals as well when I was looking at the layer of dust on my basement floor.

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Micro Clay
50cm X 100cm, 2010

This image shows a bag of clay coming to life in the form of small micro organisms. It represents the existence of micro organisms in our world.

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Water Molecule
65cm X 65cm, 2010

There are many ways to represent water, I chose the daily part of our lives as a subject matter. In this image, the water in the bath tub. These pieces express the water particles in the bath tub using the micro-organisms.

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Dust
300 x 230 x 280 cm , 2012

This work focuses on the unnoticed details of our everyday lives. The curious shapes represent microscopic dust. Ubiquitous and insignificant. These fantastical creatures are reminiscent of plant and human forms and their characteristics and folkloric imagery that gives shape to that which is overlooked or ignored.

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A Stroke Of …
300 x 60 cm , 2013

On the surface, this seems like a streak of white paint. But looking at it closely, you can see each independent and unique particles that make up the paint. What the each detailed particle represents will be different depending on the perspective of the viewer. But the overall theme of this piece is to provide emphasis on the details in our lives.

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Layered
305 x 280cm , 2013

This work focuses on the unnoticed details of our everyday lives. The curious shapes represent microscopic dust. Ubiquitous and insignificant. These fantastical creatures are reminiscent of plant and human forms and their characteristics and folkloric imagery that gives shape to that which is overlooked or ignored.

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