Protection from Loss of Voice Guardians are painted fiberglass sculptures referencing trees, microphones, and the human body. I started them at the very beginning of the pandemic as strong, calming objects I could walk around, that grounded me, and felt absolute and hopeful during a scary time of loss and unrest.


Their texture and theme of protection are an extension of my series of work based on the Arms and Armor collection at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. They are painted with raised repeating circles to create an overall covering of bark-skin. They stand quietly together as an imagined microphone-tree-forest dedicated to the protection of all our voices.




 

Protection from Loss of Voice Guardians (7 of 9)
2020-22
acrylic on fiberglass
92 x 36 x 10 inches
Protection from Loss of Voice Guardians (4 of 9)
2020-22
acrylic on fiberglass
92 x 36 x 10 inches
Protection from Loss of Voice Guardians (5 of 9)
2020-22
Acrylic on fiberglass
92 x 36 x 10 inches
Protection from Loss of Voice Guardian miniatures (3 of 6)
2022
acrylic on fiberglass and wood
16 x 4 x 2 inches
Protection from Loss of Voice Guardian (miniature)
2022
acrylic on fiberglass and wood
16 x 4 x 2 inches
Protection from Loss of Voice Guardian (miniature)
2022
acrylic on fiberglass and wood
16 x 4 x 2 inches
Protection from Loss of Voice Guardian (miniature)
2022
acrylic on fiberglass and wood
16 x 4 x 2 inches
Remembrance (Winter view)
2021
acrylic on polystyrene
52 x 36 x 10 inches


Remembrance (Winter side view)
2021
acrylic on polystyrene
52 x 36 x 10 inches
Remembrance (Summer cemetery view)
2021
acrylic on polystyrene
52 x 36 x 10 inches
Remembrance (Summer cemetery view)
2021
acrylic on polystyrene
52 x 36 x 10 inches