Commissions

2014 “Beaufort Inlet” batik on silk, 45” x 91” diptych, Duke University Marine Laboratory, Beaufort, NC

2013 “Above Mobile Bay” batik on silk, 21’ x 30’ x 14’ GulfQuest, the National Maritime Museum of the Gulf of Mexico, Mobile, AL, Architect: Lyons/Zaremba, Inc.

2013 “Chadwick I” batik on silk, 60″ x 58″ and “Chadwick II” batik on silk, 70″ x 30″, kinetic art hides 54” flat screen television, for private collection Susan Pearlstine

2013 “Fall Marsh Triptych” three photographs each 36” x 54” Trident Community Foundation, Charleston, SC

2012 “Holden Beach” batik on silk, 92” x 37.75” North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences, Raleigh, NC

2011 “Whispering Marsh” two 7′ x 1′ panels, private collection of Glen and Cyndy Keyes, Charleston, SC

2011  “Flyway” 96” x 36” private collection, Kiawah Island, SC

2008 “Vibrant,” 22.25″ x 30″ Flaten Art Museum, St. Olaf College, St. Louis, MN

2008 “Iceberg” 77″ x 44.5″ Flaten Art Museum, St. Olaf College, St. Louis, MN

2008 Three framed batik prints, Contemporary Carolina Collection, Medical University of South Carolina

2008 “May River” 7′ x 3′ Palmetto Bluff, Bluffton, SC

2007 “1998 & 1993” & “Flooded & 2007″ 35.5 x 21″ & 36.5 x 31” private collection Marty & Cathy Wice, St. Louis, MO

2005 “Ridley Cove” 6’ x 3’ private collection Anne & Bill Kirkley

2004 “Sapelo and Doboy Sounds” (GA) 45” x 54” private collection Caroline Harrington

2003 “North Edisto III” (SC) 135” x 36” private collection Dr. Sally Webb

2002 “Venus” 112” x 37” Elliot School of International Affairs, George Washington University, Washington, DC

2002 “Beyond Fort Johnson” three 21’ x  3’ panels suspended in Atrium Entry, Hollings Marine Laboratory, Charleston, SC

1999 – 2001 “Charleston Red II” 108” x 72”, Honorable Philip J. Lader, ambassador to the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland

5/99 “Global Perception” 876 square foot silk sculpture (largest batik in the world), Four-story Atrium, CSC Headquarters, Columbia, SC

5/99 “Slice of South Carolina” 27’ x 6’ Visitor’s Atrium, CSC Headquarters, Columbia, SC

10/98 “Reflections” 36” x 84” Roper Hospital Chapel, Charleston, SC

7/98 “Hurricane Season” 50” x  36” The Heinz Center for Science, Economics and the Environment, Washington, DC

5/98 “Cape Fear” 38” x 45” & 13’ x 4’ dyed silk backdrop, Medical University of South Carolina, Charleston

4/97 “Oregon Coast” 100” x 36” and “Boston” 39” x 126” New England Aquarium, Boston, MA

2/96 “Ponds” three 36” x 36” panels, New England Aquarium, Boston, MA

12/95 “Amazon Rivers” 103” x 35” National Aeronautics & Space Administration, Washington, DC

7/95 “City of Angels” 7’ x 20’, “East Coast USA” 7’ x 4’,  “West Coast USA” 7’ x 4’ The American Embassy of Thailand, Bangkok, Thailand

6/91 “Flying Near Beaufort”  64” x 29” First Union National Bank, Charleston, SC

5/91 “Charleston Coastline” 5’9” x  18’9” Charleston Visitor Center, Charleston, SC (Five panel aerial view of Charleston Harbor, Design consultant with master blacksmith Philip Simmons for the City Gates, Architect: Lyons/Zaremba, Inc.)

7/90 “Ridges and Rivers” 60” x 144” &  two 3’ x  16’ drapes, Greenville Library, SC (Sculptural installation of Appalachian Mountains, Architect: Craig, Gaulden, and Davis, Inc.)

4/89 “Charleston Waterways” 74 yards x  36” Charleston International Airport, SC (Silk sculpture of the Charleston coastline.  Designed gazebo with master blacksmith Philip Simmons, Architect: LS3P)

8/87 “Seven Sisters” 82” x 66”, Roper Hospital, Charleston, SC

5/86 “Kiawah,” 108” x 72”, Smithsonian Institution Acquisition, National Air and Space Museum, Washington, DC (Awarded 3rd prize in “Earth Views,” national juried competition)