2000s

In the 2000s at  least three new series were instigated; one, the over-lapping images,  called “Double Subject” developed from the large paintings of the 90’s.  This series may have been completed in 2010 with a group of thirty prints in the same modality.  An anti-war installation at the Hunterdon Art Museum in 2005 renewed interest in 3D and small Dada style works, some of which were shown with work called “Conceptual Objects”  at the Francis Naumann Gallery in NYC.  The paintings and conceptual objects merged into a series called the “Pear Project”, which also continued to the end of the decade.  This series included small objects, the 7′ tall sculpture called “The Large Pear of Gloves” as well as a fourteen paintings that converge appropriated Duchamp images into a pear-shaped format

Composition in Black and Gray, acrylic on canvas, 2003
Composition in Black and Gray, acrylic on canvas, 2003
Hexagonal History, silk screen, 2009
Mars Zone, installation at Hunterdon Art Museum, 2005
Apple & Plate, glass and dried apple, 2004
“Cucumber”, dried cucumber, 2005
"Saw", sawdust on saw, 2005
“Saw”, sawdust on saw, 2005
Goodyear studio 2005
Pair of Candlesticks, Bronze and red wax, 2005
Pair of Candlesticks, Bronze and red wax, 2005
Pear of Candlesticks, found objects, 2005
Pear of Candlesticks, found objects, 2005
Pear of Mares, Found Objects 2007
Paradigm 1
Paradigm 2
Paroxysm

Parallel

Parasite
Parry

Paradox
Paramount
Parody

Paris
Parable