All of the displayed works (some not shown) were created as a part of my MFA thesis exhibition titled The Good Life (2016).
Titles in order of appearance: Consumption, Left Over, Sometimes The TV Is Like A Lover, Suggested Use (Triptych Part 1), Suggested Use (Triptych Part 2), Suggested Use (Triptych Part 3), To Invite Disaster (Part #2), To Invite Disaster (Part #1), Hiiiiiissssssss, and Beav (not currently shown: Bound and Tagged and False Advertising).
In this printed work, I visually equate human experience and behavior with that of animals, often with the use of pertinent puns and idioms, such as a fox guarding the hen house, or a wolf in sheep's clothing. These formal depictions of humans, animals, and sculptural forms, undermine the contradictions and boundaries between person and thing, animal and object, humanity and nature. All are viewed as potential possessions in a consumer-based culture.