CIsgenia, Oil and pigmented glue on canvas, 48″ x 48″, 2017
Cisgenesis is a type of genetic engineering used to design plants as agriproducts. It’s a form of genetically modified organism that is being marketed without using the term GMO.
Cisgenic plants have been modified using genes sourced from the same species vs truly genetically modified organisms which use source genes from distant unrelated or sexually incompatible species.
The Great Plains Monster, oil, oil stick, dyed glue and charcoal on canvas, 48″ x48″, 2017
As the atmosphere warms and storms become more extreme it may become expedient and necessary to extract water from clouds to reduce the impact of storms.
Tornado Alley, A tribute to Lois Lenski, 48″ x 48″ oil and dyed animal glue on canvas, 2017
The landscape of the plains from Oklahoma and north Texas in the south up to Nebraska.
Fungible, Oil on Board, 11″ x 14″, 2016 – 2017
Oil and acrylic on mounted board, 11″ x 14″, 2016
Hatch 16″ x 20″, oil on board, 2016-2017