Recurring Chapters in the Book of Inevitable Outcomes
Recurring Chapters in the Book of Inevitable Outcomes was inspired by Cherokee history. Like many peoples that have suffered colonization and repression, the Cherokee culture has endured through hardships and travails to remain a vital presence.
Lively spore-like clusters dance around somber leaning forms that resemble charred timbers, evoking both loss and hope to represent a resilient people.
This work was shown at the Eiteljorg Museum during the 2016 Contemporary Native Fellowship Exhibition and again in 2017 in a two-person exhibition with Luzene Hill entitled Connecting Lines in the Center for Contemporary Native Art at the Portland Art Museum.