Originally shown at the Chase Gallery at City Hall in Spokane in the Spring of 2013, I created this large "domicile" covered outside in encaustic paint and inside with one large image created by Nance Van Winckel she calls a “photoem.” A photoem incorporates her poetry, photography and her Photoshop chops. The image on the interior has scraps of poetry 'graffitied" in various places. The face of the domicile has several windows positioned to allow viewing of each of those phrases. The large round shape is a large primary lens from an opaque projector magnifying a graphic eye within the photoem.

Collection of Karen Mobley

Domicile - Her Gold Eyes
Domicile - Her Gold Eyes
34”w x 35”h x 8”d