Calendar Drips

Calendar Drips 2, painting

Calendar Drips

Showing two of six, enamel on steel, approximately 30″x24″x2″ each

“Calendar Drips” is a honorarium to a period in my life.
There is one steel row for months during a 6 year span.
It is a measure of work, communication and time.
The steel are drops from a waterjet cutting process, and came in long sections that looked like a giant saw blade.
They were cut into the number of pieces to represent one month per row, over 6 calendar years. They are like a graph of activity during that time.
The blue paint drips are a representation water which symbolizes acceptance and healing.

Calendar Drips

Calendar Drips

Installed at the Umlauf Museum