Stories From the Stone House
Myth can simultaneously illuminate and obfuscate: through the use of metaphor, they provide ample information while eschewing any literal interpretation. They allow us to experiment and seek that which is psychologically or emotionally "true" without being tied to factual reality.
This body of work is a suite of etchings that use aquatint techniques and chine-collé to evoke a visual language rooted in myth and fairy-tale. The images imply narrative without drawing from specific stories, allowing space to interpret symbols and make associations.