What A Gas!

While traveling I have been working on smaller art pieces.

The desire to create while away from the studio is strong, and I am eager to continue making Art. Learning how to simplify or modify my work so it travels and packs easily is a challenge.

Current events and learning about things has shapes my work all the time. I was recently drawn to the image and shape of a gas mask. The horrors of war and its lingering physical and emotional effects on everyone involved strikes me even greater after the unforgivable actions at the United States/Mexico borders.

The broader scope of the series will explore climate change and environmental issues.