PAINTINGS, OBJECTS, PHOTOGRAPHS, DRAWINGS

See work in exhibitions at: Zolla/Lieberman, Barnsdall, Felsen, MCA San Diego

AMERICA, THE GREATEST NATION ON EARTH

Aluminum signboard with plastic letters. Private collections. Exhibitions include Charlie James Gallery, Los Angeles; Zolla/Lieberman Gallery, Chicago.

America, the Greatest Nation on Earth
America, the Greatest Nation on Earth, 2012

AMERICA'S JOYOUS FUTURE

Aluminum signboard with plastic letters. Collection MCA, Chicago and others. Exhbitions include Documenta IX, Kassel; Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago; Los Angeles County Museum of Art

Joyous Future signboard
America's Joyous Future, 1991

ANOTHER CENTURY OF PROGRESS

Aluminum signboard with plastic letters. Collection of Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles and others. Exhibitions include MOCA, LA, 2008

Another Century of Progress, 2001

SORRY MY COUNTRY BOMBED YOUR COUNTRY

Gouache on paper. First "greeting card" in series culminating in room installation of 90 cards Museum of Modern Art, New York

Sorry My Country Bombed Your Country, 1992

SORRY YOUR WORLD DOMINATION IS OVER

Gouache on paper.

World Domination greeting card
Sorry Your World Domination is Over, 2008

GREETINGS I

Gouache on paper, plexiglass shelves. First of eleven multi "greeting card" pieces culminating in room installation of 90 cards Museum of Modern Art, New York

Greetings, 1992

PLATO'S MOUSE HOLE

Plywood, vinyl

Plato's Mouse Hole
Plato's Mouse hole 2008

GOD CREATED EVEYTHING OUT OF NOTHING, BUT THE NOTHINGNESS SHOWS THROUGH

Nothingness shows through
Nothingness Shows Through 2008

SHOWER CURTAIN OF DEATH

Inkjet print on fabric, metal rod, plywood

Shower Curtain
Shower Curtain of Death 2008. With Tracy Tynan

MONUMENT TO A BEAR

Concrete, bronze plaque. Installed in the sculpture garden of the Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego, La Jolla, CA

Monument to a Bear 2003
see text on plaque

EVERYONE WHO SAT ON THIS CHAIR

Water color on paper, wooden chair. A portrait was done of each person who sat on the chair; portraits were then affixed to the chair

Everyone Who Sat in this Chair 2003-2005

THE STRAVINSKYS, VENICE ITALY

Two lightjet photographs

The Stravinskys, Venice, Italy, 2005

LOS ALAMOS

Lightjet photograph

Los Alamos
Los Alamos, 2005

SECRET PENIS

Acrylic on canvas, part of installation about how women can overcome the glass ceiling.
Commissioned for an exhibition in Washington, DC, later exhibited in NY and LA

Secret Penis, 1987

PUSHING THE RIGHT BUTTONS

Acrylic on paper, exhbited in NY, appeared in Time Magazine and the Village Voice

Pushing the right Buttons, 1982

SEX LIVES OF ANIMALS

Acrylic on canvas with printed texts. Series of 20 works.


Sex Lives of Animals, 1996
Left: Salmon. Text reads I can only have sex in the place where I was born., so I'm on my way there. Then I'm going to starve myself and die.
Right: Barnacle. Text reads: I can't move, but luckily my penis can.

FASTER, PUSSYCAT, KILL, KILL!

A series of 10 Iris prints, plus wall paper, containing the stories of women who killed their partners, parents or children



Faster, Pussycat! Kill! Kill! 1999. Collaboration with Tracy Tynan

ME AND TWO MEN FROM AMERICA

Acrylic on 6 canvasses. Life of a prostitute in "children's book" form

Me and Two Men from America, 1998

 

SOME PEOPLE'S RULES

Series of 15 acrylics on wood panels. Each is a portrait of a person along with their rule for living


Some Peoples' Rules, 2001