“Nine Wooden Towers” was an installation built in a large field using downed saplings and scrapped lumber sited elliptically around a 15 acre field in rural Virginia at the Virginia Center for Creative Arts, Amherst, VA. 

The towers I’m interested in are not modern telecommunication towers or urban skyscrapers. They are raw and primal and built by hand.  They are scrapped together by a need to piece a puzzle, to find an answer, to settle the longing.