Rooms #1 - #6

Rooms #1, 2019; acrylic on canvas; 32 x 47.75 inches.

Rooms #1, 2019; acrylic on canvas; 32 x 47.75 inches.

Rooms #2, 2019; acrylic on canvas; 32 x 47.75 inches

Rooms #2, 2019; acrylic on canvas; 32 x 47.75 inches

Rooms #3, 2019; acrylic on canvas; 32 x 47.75 inches

Rooms #3, 2019; acrylic on canvas; 32 x 47.75 inches

Rooms #4, 2019; acrylic on canvas; 32 x 47.75 inches

Rooms #4, 2019; acrylic on canvas; 32 x 47.75 inches

Rooms #5, 2019; acrylic on canvas; 32 x 47.75 inches

Rooms #5, 2019; acrylic on canvas; 32 x 47.75 inches

Rooms #6, 2019; acrylic on canvas; 32 x 47.75 inches

Rooms #6, 2019; acrylic on canvas; 32 x 47.75 inches

Rooms #1-#6 represent the last series I worked on while in residence at the McColl Center for Art + Innovation (September 2018-May 2019). I suspect the work was informed by a number of ideas including my desire to look at the interior, 1985 Corner Drawings completed in Miami, growing up in my mother’s boarding house, and the recognition of a homeless community living on the streets of Charlotte. Yet when push comes to shove, these still rely on a contrast between mechanical drawing and surface.