Dense field, black and violet version
2010
charcoal, colored pencil and wc on paper
53 x 40 1/2"
Trails and space, blueshift, grey version
2010
charcoal, colored pencil and wc on paper
52 1/2 x 40 1/2"
Trails and space, light flesh version
2009
colored pencil and wc/paper
49 x 40"
Trails and space, yellow and red version
2009
colored pencil and wc/paper
38 x 49"
Horizontal redshift composition
2010
colored pencil and watercolor on paper
38 x 46 1/2"
Diagonal Composition with laser lemon
2010
crayon, charcoal, colored pencil and wc on paper
44 1/2 x 60"
Trails and space, light phalo green version
2009
colored pencil, charcoal and wc/paper
51 1/2 x 40"
Installation View: 12x12, Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago, IL
2010
Installation View: 12x12, Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago, IL
2010
Installation View: 12x12, Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago, IL
2010
Installation View: 12x12, Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago, IL
2010
Arched Star Trails - 7 hours
2007
colored pencil and wc/paper
50 x 54"
Three color composite of short star trails
2008
colored pencil and wc/paper
40 x 53"
Horizontal Star Trails - approx. 3 hours
2008
colored pencil and wc/paper
40 x 53 1/4"
Orion - 2.5 hours
2007
colored pencil and wc/paper
41 x 50"
North Sky - 11 hours
2007
colored pencil and wc/paper
41 x 55 1/4"
Two stars - 7 minutes
2007
colored pencil and watercolor on paper
17 x 20"
Southeast Trails - with fish-eye lens - 4.5 hours
2007
o/c
55 x 70"
Star Trails - 58 minutes
2007
o/c
60 x 50"
Two widths of the Epsilon Ring - violet & navy version
2006
o/c
65 x 55
Star Trails - 52 minutes
2007
oil on canvas
60 x 50"
Installation View: Any sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic, Shane Campbell Gallery, Chicago, IL
2007
Installation View: Any sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic, Shane Campbell Gallery, Chicago, IL
2007
Two widths of the epsilon ring
2006
o/c
60 x 55"
Two widths of the epsilon ring - black and white version
2006
o/c
32 x 36"
Two widths of the epsilon ring - green version
2007
o/c
45 x 50"
Star Trails - 5 hour exposure
2006
o/c
60 x 50"
Star Trails with fish-eye lens
2006
colored pencil and watercolor on paper
19 x 25"
Arched Star Trails
2006
colored pencil and watercolor on paper
19 x 26"
Star Trails - 57 minutes
2006
colored pencil and watercolor on paper
26 x 19"
Detecting Lines - The bands of light are crossed by lines which tell us what absorbing gases exist in the star's atmosphere
2005
colored pencil and watercolor on paper
20 x 25"
Looking for a meteor - citron version
2005
colored pencil and watercolor on paper
19 x 24"
One day I want to live in the country and have a telescope (north pole).
2005
colored pencil and watercolor on paper
21 x 26"
Looking for a meteor - 10 hour exposure
2005
colored pencil and watercolor on paper
19 x 28"
Understanding the velcocity, wavlength and frequency of stars
2004
colored pencil and watercolor on paper
18 x 22"
Spectra can tell a-stronomers what stars are made of and how hot they are.
2005
colored pencil and watercolor on paper
26 x 20"
The rainbow spectra of stars reveals their basic compositions and temperatures
2005
colored pencil and watercolor on paper
23 x 27"
Tracking the sky (north pole)
2005
colored pencil and watercolor on paper
17 x 20"
Asterism
2004
o/c
26 x 30"
Red Shift
2003
oil on canvas
65 x 75"
Frequency
2003
o and a/c
60 x 65"
Blue Trails
2003
o and a/c
65 x 70"