Walking through ruins of the Roman empire makes strikingly clear the fragility of our own.
40” h x 60” w
graphite and charcoal
A capital fragment in Aquileia, the abandoned Roman port on the Adriatic.
144” h x 60” w
From a capital fragment at Ostia Antica, just outside of Rome.
96’ h x 24” w
Aquileia is the original Roman port on the Adriatic, built before Venice.
30” h x 40” w
Based on a sculpture at the Metropolitan Museum of Art.
72” h x 50” w
The emperor Antoninus Pius based on a sculpture at the Metropolitan Museum of Art .
Column with Acanthus Leaves
96” h x 30” w
graphite, pigment and charcoal
from a roman column at the Metropolitan Museum of Art
30” h x 50” w