Inverse: “Dürer/Measurement”

Series of white lines on black.

This one is inspired by the geometric work of Albrecht Dürer, a painter, printmaker, and theorist of the German Renaissance.

Spray paint, white ink, acrylic, fabric puff paint; 2017

8″x10″; $80


“Logan IA/Vitruvian”

This is from my series Home Towns, where I paint a person’s origins, layered with their present.

This is Logan, Iowa, the home town of my personal trainer.  It features a water tower (of course!), the town as it appears on a map (highways and river marked), and a hint of da Vinci’s Vitruvian Man, an homage to his profession and his dedication to continuous learning.  He is not himself blind or a reader of Braille, but he likes the motif, and so I included it.

8″ x 10″



Maps for My Father, 1 of 7: “716th/Eleanor Hunt”

This is part of a series of maps of my late father, Newton Hunt. My dad was nearly blind, and read Braille.

This is based on a photo of my grandmother, Eleanor Hunt, at the 716th Anti-Aircraft Artillery Battalion in Las Cruces, New Mexico.  I’m guessing this was the 1930s or 1940s.

Unfortunately, this one sold before I photographed the final product!  So here is Eleanor, in progress.