Bus for Glory is my piece on the chaos at the southern border. The children were place on buses to nowhere; where are they now? Enamels on copper, mica, acrylic paint, fine silver leaf, patinas; 6" in each direction.
Homeland is another piece based on the ongoing chaos at the southern border. The sign over the gates, Homeland, is my nod to the words over the gate into the Nazi's Auschwitz, "work makes freedom". The little people inside the chain link fence are on treadmills, oblivious to the open gates. The tent roofs ask for HELP. Enamels on copper, fabricated sterling silver, heat and liver of sulfur patinas.
Hell's Drivers at the Family Values Restaurant includes the Devil's Scorecard, a Hell's Drivers brooch and more names on the wainscotting, including two people I knew. The first was the boss at my first job, at a fruit stand, and the second, his girl, who loved art. She was brutally murdered recently, over a few guns. Enamels on copper, acrylic and hand fabricated sterling silver with patinas. Under 4" in all directions.
Chaos at the Family Values Restaurant is the latest in the Devil's Table series. A Scoreboard, on both windows this time, can't seem to keep up with the murders. The windows themselves sport bullet holes, and the stool lies on its side: chaos abounds. The stool is also a wonky brooch. Enamels on copper, acrylic and hand fabricated sterling silver with patinas. Under 4" in all directions.