THE GEOLOGY OF SPACE
A series of landscape paintings that refer to the site which they depict, not as much in appearance but in substance. The paintings are executed in artist-made paint created by crushing collected stones from the chosen site and combining them binders of varying viscosities. These paintings are created from sites on Lake Superior North of Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario.

The Geology of Space: Superior Dispersion (detail), 2006: artist made paint: crushed stones from local environment ( Lake Superior) with acrylic polymer emulsion on wood panel , 72"(h)x46"(w)  

The Geology of Space: Superior Dispersion, 2006: artist made paint: crushed stones from local environment ( Lake Superior) with acrylic polymer emulsion on wood panel , 72"(h)x46"(w)  

Geology of Space: Superior, 2006, installation view of the paintings at WKP Kennedy Gallery.  

The Geology of Space: Superior Evaporation, 2006: artist made paint: crushed stones from local environment ( Lake Superior) with acrylic polymer emulsion on wood panel , 72"(h)x46"(w)  

The Geology of Space: Superior Evaporation (detail), 2006: artist made paint: crushed stones from local environment ( Lake Superior) with acrylic polymer emulsion on wood panel , 72"(h)x46"(w)  

The Geology of Space: Superior Flow, 2006: artist made paint: crushed stones from local environment ( Lake Superior) with acrylic polymer emulsion on wood panel , 72"(h)x46"(w)  

The Geology of Space: Superior Erosion, 2006: artist made paint: crushed stones from local environment ( Lake Superior) with acrylic polymer emulsion on wood panel , 72"(h)x46"(w)  

The Geology of Space: Superior Erosion (detail), 2006: artist made paint: crushed stones from local environment ( Lake Superior) with acrylic polymer emulsion on wood panel , 72"(h)x46"(w)  

The Geology of Space: Superior Impact, 2006: artist made paint: crushed stones from local environment ( Lake Superior) with acrylic polymer emulsion on wood panel , 72"(h)x46"(w)  

Geology of Space: Superior, 2006, installation view of the paintings at WKP Kennedy Gallery.