Gallery

My art is inspired by environments, weather, science, and climate change. I use it to bring attention to issues surrounding those topics. In winter 2021, I will begin mailing some of my original pieces to elected officials and corporations, along with letters that I’ve written. Sometimes an image—whether it is beautiful, confusing, colorful, abstract, or disturbing—can draw a person’s attention and form a place in their memory better than words can.

Weather map art

Top left to bottom right:

  1. Detail no. 2 from drought severity map of the southwestern US | early summer 2021
  2. Temperature map of Storm Arwen | Northern UK | November 2021
  3. Hurricane Ida | Louisiana, USA | August/September 2021
  4. Drought severity map of the the southwestern US | early summer 2021
  5. Rainfall totals in central China | severe flooding event | summer 2021
  6. Rainfall totals in Germany | severe flooding event | summer 2021
  7. Rainfall totals in Western Massachusetts | remnants of Hurricane Ida | August 2021
  8. Fine particulate (PM2.5) map (aka wildfire smoke map) | northwestern US | August 2021
  9. Okay, it’s not a weather map—it was inspired by glowing combustion in a photo of Jeff Bezos blasting off into space. | summer 2021

Landscapes and nature

From top left to bottom right:

  1. Circe’s Island | nowhere | March 2022
  2. Too hot, to wet, too dry | everywhere | March 2022
  3. The botanical gardens I vaguely remember in DC | February 2022
  4. Pastel January | northeastern USA | February 2022
  5. Everything is wet | northeastern USA | August 2021
  6. Calm before storm Henri, Plum Island, MA, US | August 2021
  7. Late summer, northeastern USA | September 2021
  8. Autumn, northeastern USA | October 2021
  9. Cornfield and mountains, northeastern USA | October 2021
  10. Tree nursery and mountains, northeastern USA | October 2021
  11. Seaweed | August 2021
  12. Solar grazing | September 2021

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