Archival Ink Prints on fabric, stuffed, topstitched and hand-embroidered
2020 was an exceptional year in so many respects. One of those was the number and severity of the Atlantic Storm Season. There were so many storms that we blew through the pre-approved list of 21 alphabetical names for the season (Q, U, X, Y, and Z are not used) and then used the Greek alphabet up to Iota, the last named storm of the Atlantic season. The higher planetary temperatures are believed to contribute to the formation and ferocity of storms over the oceans. This art work commemorates and interrogates the 2020 storm season in a series of beautiful and terrible NOAA images.
On exhibition at State of the Art Gallery for the month of January.