Traductor

 



Traductor, is a series of five small works based on the idea of a universal translator for all of humanity. Each of these works depicts Five basic things every human on earth needs to survive, with a visual statement on how we've changed them to suit our own needs for better or worse. 

From a simple hut to keep us safe from the elements, to a Miami mega-mansion are just a few of the images that construe this idea.

Each piece is created using mixed media collage techniques, hand drawings, paint and 3d sculpture mounted on hand stretched canvas. Combined, these methods make a compelling image come alive.


These works were featured in an exhibition June 5, 2021 at the Rochester Contemporary Art Center, Rochester, NY. The show was well received and three pieces sold during the exhibit.


Food

6 x 6 Hand Stretched Canvas
Mixed Media Collage
2021
Private Collection


Water

6 x 6 Hand Stretched Canvas
Mixed Media Collage
2021
Private Collection


Shelter

6 x 6 Hand Stretched Canvas
Mixed Media Collage
2021
Private Collection


Energy

6 x 6 Hand Stretched Canvas
Mixed Media Collage
2021


Education

6 x 6 Hand Stretched Canvas
Mixed Media Collage
2021


EXHIBITIONS FUNDED IN PART BY:
The New York State Council on the Arts
The Farash Foundation
The Rochester Area Community Foundation
The Mary S. Mulligan Charitable Trust
ESL Foundation
The Gouvernet Arts Fund
The Foster Charitable Trust
The John & Barbara Lovenheim Trust
Louis S. and Molly B. Wolk Foundation


This international exhibition runs from June 5 - July 18, 2021.