Poison Pie
Poison Pie

polymer clay, acrylic paint, wood, ribbon 22"x19"x16"

Clinging Comb
Clinging Comb

polymer clay, fabric, mixed media 11"x7"x7"

Pink Fringed Deceiver
Pink Fringed Deceiver

polymer clay, wood, ribbon, acrylic paint, mixed media 11"x42"x13"

Blue Box
Blue Box

fabric, wood, mixed media 40"x8"x8"

Rosy Belle
Rosy Belle

fabric, polymer clay, mixed media 39"x12"x12"

Shaggy Parasol
Shaggy Parasol

wood, epoxy clay, acrylic paint, mixed media 12"x11"x10"

False Clustering Blusher I
False Clustering Blusher I

wood, found objects 30"x11"x5"

Poison Pie
Poison Pie

(installation view)

Poison Pie
Poison Pie

(installation view)

POISON PIE

The jellyfish and the mushroom exist as elusive, enticing, foreboding and sometimes-deadly members of the flora and fauna of Washington State. Scrutinizing these magically alluring species, they are made to beguile us with frills, paint and ribbon in the same way women heighten their attraction with costume and paint.