Culture Clash

 

CULTURE CLASH  2011

acrylic and screen prints

11ft x 26ft


Culture Clash series combines my Heritage Works—screenprinted photographic images expressing the alternative lifestyle of the North Dakota Mennonite farming community where I was raised—with my abstract paintings depicting aerial views of the fields I plowed in my youth.  The screenprinted photographs are symbolic of the continued “otherness” found in the Mennonite community.  The culture clash refers to the continuing contradictions I experience through having personal stakes in two very different groups—the art world and the Mennonite community.

CULTURE CLASH II 2012

acrylic, screen prints, collagraphs on canvas

9.5ft x 24.5ft

CULTURE CLASH III 2013

acrylic, screen prints, collagraphs on canvas

9.5ft x 23ft

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CULTURE CLASH IV 2014

acrylic, screen prints, collagraphs on canvas

9ft x 17ft

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