Yskki Wakipi, 2008-09; entire contents of the artist’s first solo exhibition, 3 miles of Jute Twine.
Yskki Wakipi (installation view); 2008-09.
Makawana Omawaki (installation); 2006.
Wooden flooring, steel sculptures with mirrored bases, sheet mirror acrylic paintings, mixed media mask sculptures, hanging plants both real and fake as well as over 150 other hanging sculptures.
Okori Wakipi (installation image, detail); 2007.
Wooden scaffold-like construction made up of 500 poles, 7 blue rock standing stones, aluminum sculptures with wooden bases, acrylic paintings, mixed media mask sculptures, artificial plants and marble wall sculptures with recessed neon lighting.
Uzihektaka Wakipi (The CaVe project, install view depicting audience members walking through with lanterns); 2008-09.
oil-based wood stain on concrete, knee-high boots, electric hand lanterns, water.
Maa Nupi Wakipi (installation); 2008.
framed graphite and acrylic rubbings on paper (used as tabletops), wood, rope, black and white photos, wall drawing, and mixed media sculptures.
Good Idea Today, Do It Tomorrow; 2009.
32 acrylic on canvas paintings, live edge wooden poles, wooden book sculptures.
Wunhpala Wakipi; 2008.
Steel, wood, both living and artificial plants (a reinterpretation of Jeff Koons’ “Puppy” at eye level.