after Lascaux, 2022, acrylic ink on Stonehenge,
each 11″ x 15″

These drawings were inspired by images of hands through human history, beginning with the hundreds of handprints on the walls of Lascaux that in the gloom of the cave appear to have been airbrushed in silhouette with ochres and whites. Tens of thousands of years later a similar collection of hands also appeared on the Mayan temple of Ixchel, the water goddess, on the Island of Cozumel in Mexico.

Out of Reach, 2022, acrylic ink on Stonehenge,
each 11″ x 15″

 

 

 

Blind Spot

 

 

 

 

Says Who

 

 

 

The Negotiators

 

 

 

 

 

Diplomacy

 

 

 

Graft

 

 

 

 

Lost Face

 

 

 

 

Two-Faced

Stone Scripts

Suspended Drawing (and detail)

(left) Trut h St., Vancouver, BC, 2022
altered sign

(right) Colonization Ave., Dryden, ON, 2011
existing sign