Dig Site 2: 12th Avenue , gouache on paper, 5"x7", 2016

Dig Site 2: 12th Avenue, gouache on paper, 5"x7", 2016

  Dig Site 4: Alley Behind mild climate,  gouache on paper, 7"x5", 2016

Dig Site 4: Alley Behind mild climate, gouache on paper, 7"x5", 2016

  Dig Site 3: Blair Boulevard (inside old Harris Teeter) , gouache on paper, 5"x7", 2016

Dig Site 3: Blair Boulevard (inside old Harris Teeter), gouache on paper, 5"x7", 2016

  Dig Site 1: Rosa L. Parks Boulevard , gouache on paper, 7"x5", 2016

Dig Site 1: Rosa L. Parks Boulevard, gouache on paper, 7"x5", 2016

 This is a mound seen in Athens Georgia in the spring of 2017. Gouache on paper, 5”x7”, 2018

This is a mound seen in Athens Georgia in the spring of 2017. Gouache on paper, 5”x7”, 2018

  Pratt Farm Spiral Mound  This is a fresco (5'x6’)  made at Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture in the summer of 2018 in the Fresco lecture barn. It was the result of looking for and finding the remains of the Pratt Farm, a site of former earthworks. Traveling through central Maine on highway 201 you turn onto River Road and go about a mile and right off the road on the right hand side if traveling south you will see a partial little hill. Upon closer inspection it is actually a mounded spiral. You can walk the spiral to the top, stepping on weeds and brambles to make your way. It is the last remaining earthwork on the site which formerly held dozens. They were made by a local in the 1970s and after he was unable to care for them, they started to return to the earth. Another local came out to take care of the farm and begun to restore the earthworks. Then, in the late 2010’s the farm was purchased by local corn farmers, razed and the area was planted with corn. Driving down the road you would assume the corn had been there forever. This spiral mound is tucked into the remaining tree line, in the shade of a massive pine and is completely inconspicuous.

Pratt Farm Spiral Mound This is a fresco (5'x6’) made at Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture in the summer of 2018 in the Fresco lecture barn. It was the result of looking for and finding the remains of the Pratt Farm, a site of former earthworks. Traveling through central Maine on highway 201 you turn onto River Road and go about a mile and right off the road on the right hand side if traveling south you will see a partial little hill. Upon closer inspection it is actually a mounded spiral. You can walk the spiral to the top, stepping on weeds and brambles to make your way. It is the last remaining earthwork on the site which formerly held dozens. They were made by a local in the 1970s and after he was unable to care for them, they started to return to the earth. Another local came out to take care of the farm and begun to restore the earthworks. Then, in the late 2010’s the farm was purchased by local corn farmers, razed and the area was planted with corn. Driving down the road you would assume the corn had been there forever. This spiral mound is tucked into the remaining tree line, in the shade of a massive pine and is completely inconspicuous.

  Love Circle Mound  A Nashville mound that existed a year ago in West Nashville near a place known as Love Circle. Now there are townhouses, most still for sale as of winter 2019. Oil on wood, 6”x8”, 2018

Love Circle Mound A Nashville mound that existed a year ago in West Nashville near a place known as Love Circle. Now there are townhouses, most still for sale as of winter 2019. Oil on wood, 6”x8”, 2018

  Potential Dig Site: Carroll Gardens  This is a mound seen in Carroll Gardens in Brooklyn, New York in the summer of 2018. chalk and watercolor on fabric, 15”x15”, 2018

Potential Dig Site: Carroll Gardens This is a mound seen in Carroll Gardens in Brooklyn, New York in the summer of 2018. chalk and watercolor on fabric, 15”x15”, 2018

  Dig Site 2: 12th Avenue , gouache on paper, 5"x7", 2016
  Dig Site 4: Alley Behind mild climate,  gouache on paper, 7"x5", 2016
  Dig Site 3: Blair Boulevard (inside old Harris Teeter) , gouache on paper, 5"x7", 2016
  Dig Site 1: Rosa L. Parks Boulevard , gouache on paper, 7"x5", 2016
 This is a mound seen in Athens Georgia in the spring of 2017. Gouache on paper, 5”x7”, 2018
  Pratt Farm Spiral Mound  This is a fresco (5'x6’)  made at Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture in the summer of 2018 in the Fresco lecture barn. It was the result of looking for and finding the remains of the Pratt Farm, a site of former earthworks. Traveling through central Maine on highway 201 you turn onto River Road and go about a mile and right off the road on the right hand side if traveling south you will see a partial little hill. Upon closer inspection it is actually a mounded spiral. You can walk the spiral to the top, stepping on weeds and brambles to make your way. It is the last remaining earthwork on the site which formerly held dozens. They were made by a local in the 1970s and after he was unable to care for them, they started to return to the earth. Another local came out to take care of the farm and begun to restore the earthworks. Then, in the late 2010’s the farm was purchased by local corn farmers, razed and the area was planted with corn. Driving down the road you would assume the corn had been there forever. This spiral mound is tucked into the remaining tree line, in the shade of a massive pine and is completely inconspicuous.
  Love Circle Mound  A Nashville mound that existed a year ago in West Nashville near a place known as Love Circle. Now there are townhouses, most still for sale as of winter 2019. Oil on wood, 6”x8”, 2018
  Potential Dig Site: Carroll Gardens  This is a mound seen in Carroll Gardens in Brooklyn, New York in the summer of 2018. chalk and watercolor on fabric, 15”x15”, 2018

Dig Site 2: 12th Avenue, gouache on paper, 5"x7", 2016

Dig Site 4: Alley Behind mild climate, gouache on paper, 7"x5", 2016

Dig Site 3: Blair Boulevard (inside old Harris Teeter), gouache on paper, 5"x7", 2016

Dig Site 1: Rosa L. Parks Boulevard, gouache on paper, 7"x5", 2016

This is a mound seen in Athens Georgia in the spring of 2017. Gouache on paper, 5”x7”, 2018

Pratt Farm Spiral Mound This is a fresco (5'x6’) made at Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture in the summer of 2018 in the Fresco lecture barn. It was the result of looking for and finding the remains of the Pratt Farm, a site of former earthworks. Traveling through central Maine on highway 201 you turn onto River Road and go about a mile and right off the road on the right hand side if traveling south you will see a partial little hill. Upon closer inspection it is actually a mounded spiral. You can walk the spiral to the top, stepping on weeds and brambles to make your way. It is the last remaining earthwork on the site which formerly held dozens. They were made by a local in the 1970s and after he was unable to care for them, they started to return to the earth. Another local came out to take care of the farm and begun to restore the earthworks. Then, in the late 2010’s the farm was purchased by local corn farmers, razed and the area was planted with corn. Driving down the road you would assume the corn had been there forever. This spiral mound is tucked into the remaining tree line, in the shade of a massive pine and is completely inconspicuous.

Love Circle Mound A Nashville mound that existed a year ago in West Nashville near a place known as Love Circle. Now there are townhouses, most still for sale as of winter 2019. Oil on wood, 6”x8”, 2018

Potential Dig Site: Carroll Gardens This is a mound seen in Carroll Gardens in Brooklyn, New York in the summer of 2018. chalk and watercolor on fabric, 15”x15”, 2018

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