exhibitions/street art/public art

image 1: Locust Tank mural, 2006, Woodland Pattern Book Center, Milwaukee / image 2: Locust Tank stencils, 2014, Sheboygan, WI, part of The Sheboygan Project http://thesheboyganproject.org/ / image 3: photo emailed to me by person who tattooed the Locust Tank image.

image 4: Praying Mantis Crane, digital print on wallpaper, MASS MoCA, N.Adams, MA, Becoming Animal exhibition, 2005 http://www.massmoca.org/event_details.php?id=310 image 5: Kangaroo, Locust Tank, digital print on wallpaper, MASS MoCA, N.Adams, MA, Becoming Animal exhibition, 2005 http://mitpress.mit.edu/books/becoming-animal image 6: Locust Tank, Museum of Modern Art, NY, Wunderkammer: A Century of Curiosities exhibition, 2008 http://www.moma.org/interactives/exhibitions/2008/wunderkammer/

image 7: Machine Bee, monoprint, 2010  image 8: Locust Tank stencil on wood, Public House, Milwaukee, 2008  image 9: Locust Tank, painting, 2008 image 10: Malachi insect, photolithograh, 2015

image 11: Caution Capitalism sign, Los Angeles 2012  image 12: Who Owns Water sign, Milwaukee 2011 https://watershedmke.wordpress.com/ image 13: Atwood quote, Milwaukee 2003  image 14: Imagine No Borders sign, Detroit, 2008

image 15-16: The City is Yours clay mural, Philadelphia, 2010 (image by Alec Dunn) http://cutandpaint.org/ 

August 2018 visit with Chip Thomas on the Navajo Nation. Chip curated my work (two different signs into the Painted Desert Project) and my daughter's drawings (endangered species of Arizona.) More here.