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Studies after Finnegans Wake:
The Midden Heap Project
Work in progress: a collage per page of the Wake
Sleeping Giant Mountain, 2013, oil on canvas, 36 x 60 inches

etching, drypoint, and engraving
image size:: 12 x 10 inches
Sheet size: 18 x 15 inches
printed on grey Rives BFK
housed in a silk covered clamshell box
edition: 25
Snare: Droppin' a Quoit (Work in Progress), 2014, oil on canvas, 60 x 72 inches

Waywords and Meansigns
an international project setting  
Finnegans Wake to music

Hyperallergic Article

Ricorso, 2017, ink, gold leaf, relief print, image
transfer, and watercolor on paper, 11 x 11 inches  
(cover art for the 2017 release)

The Midden Heap Project
Book One of Finnegans Wake
collage, FW page 169

The image is based  upon the 1918
Zurich photograph of Joyce located in
the Poetry Collection of SUNY.
Lacunas and Vanities
Imperial Calcasieu Museum
Lake Charles, Louisiana
Storiella and the Midden Heap
11-15 June 2018

Royal Academy of Fine Arts, Tempel Room
Mutsaardstraat 31
Antwerp, Belgium
Joyce in Art
Curated by Christa Maria Lerm-Hayes

15 June- 1 July 2018
M HKA  Museum of Contemporary Art, Antwerp

The 26th International James Joyce Symposium
University of Antwerp
56 pages, 8.5 x 5.5 inches
Ultrachrome ink on paper
pamphlet binding, 2018
Acadiana Center for the Arts
Lafayette, Louisiana

6 Dec 2018 - 10 Mar 2019
Moebius Sigla

watercolor, collage, and archival marker
on sekishu white paper
164 x 3 inches
The Midden Heap Project:
Studies after James Joyce’s
Finnegans Wake

Hall Gallery, Millsaps College
Fall 2020

Jackson, MS

Virtual Artist's talk
Thursday, 5 November 2020

Opera Verbis is a show curated by Abecedarian Artists' Books for the Gates Reading
Room Gallery, Denver Public Library, Central Branch in the fall 2020. It is an exhibition of
hand-crafted book works with content that has a direct link to a work already existing in
published book form. It includes works created by artists in Argentina, the Bahamas, Canada,
Poland, and the United States.

The works may be viewed at
for yet in a very little while, 2017
private collection