Red Table I, 2003, Oil on linen, 48" X 62"
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I began dealing with subject matter that addressed the ongoing nature of human violence several years before the attack on The World Trade Center. After 9/11, I started to use maps, bar graphs, and satellite photographs. It was seeing the children’s drawings in the memorials for 9/11 that began their use in the paintings. They are primary evidence, a witnessing, but are also fragile and transitory. Like others of my images there is a duality as they present both innocence and violence.
  • Red Table I, 2003
  • Oil on linen
  • 48" X 62"