I did the cover art for 360 Magazine’s “Smart Edition” back in 2012. I made the mosaic by building 16 smaller, 25-cube mosaics and placing them strategically on a frame and photographing them. Once all 16 of the sections were photographed I made one large composite image, making it appear to be a 400-cube mosaic. The magazine also interviewed me and put the interview in the magazine. It was an honor and pure pleasure working on this project.
A couple years ago I wrote a set of tutorial and templates to help kids use the cube to learn about math. On occasion I get snippets like this and it really makes me happy.
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“Gray Matters” is the name of my next big mosaic. It will use 8,484 Rubik’s Cubes and serve as a tribute to Albert Einstein. Presently, there is no planned date of completion. I am currently looking for a sponsor to help make this a reality.
Dream Big (computer generated draft)
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A close friend of mine offered me his tag which I outlined with silver marker then created two separate panels to compliment the tag. His strict adherence to anonymity prevents he from directly thanking him but I truly appreciate his urban calligraphy. This piece is not for sale.
“Colab” Tryptic 28″ x 28″ each Mixed paints on wood panel
Fissure was created during a one-day music festival called “Hit the Decks” which too place at Rosa Parks Circle in downtown Grand Rapids. It represents the sublimation process that occurs on glaciers. I was one of the few artists asked to preform live art and painted this piece. The work is now owned by a private collector.
Fissure 48" x 48" Mixed paints on wood panel
I created a series based on naturally occurring movements and sounds. The individual pieces are 42″ x 30″ and are enamel pased paints on wood panel. It was sold to a private collector in 2008
Song & Rhythem Series