The Exiting Eden series considers the moment of forced transition. The images draw on ideas of upheaval, loss, and reevaluation. The work does not acknowledge the biblical ideas of right and wrong, but instead, focus on that moment of awareness of change and the courage to face the unknown. 
       
     
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 “Floating above the Undertow” from “Exiting Eden” Series.  This series considers the moment of transition. The images draw on ideas of forced upheaval, loss and reevaluation. The biblical story becomes a poetic allegory for more recent moments like Katrina and the financial recession.  The images do not acknowledge the biblical ideas/theories of right and wrong. Instead the focus is on that moment of awareness of change and the courage to face the unknown.
       
     
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 The Exiting Eden series considers the moment of forced transition. The images draw on ideas of upheaval, loss, and reevaluation. The work does not acknowledge the biblical ideas of right and wrong, but instead, focus on that moment of awareness of change and the courage to face the unknown. 
       
     

The Exiting Eden series considers the moment of forced transition. The images draw on ideas of upheaval, loss, and reevaluation. The work does not acknowledge the biblical ideas of right and wrong, but instead, focus on that moment of awareness of change and the courage to face the unknown. 

McGill_Exiting_Eden_oil.jpg
       
     
 “Floating above the Undertow” from “Exiting Eden” Series.  This series considers the moment of transition. The images draw on ideas of forced upheaval, loss and reevaluation. The biblical story becomes a poetic allegory for more recent moments like Katrina and the financial recession.  The images do not acknowledge the biblical ideas/theories of right and wrong. Instead the focus is on that moment of awareness of change and the courage to face the unknown.
       
     

“Floating above the Undertow” from “Exiting Eden” Series.

This series considers the moment of transition. The images draw on ideas of forced upheaval, loss and reevaluation. The biblical story becomes a poetic allegory for more recent moments like Katrina and the financial recession.

The images do not acknowledge the biblical ideas/theories of right and wrong. Instead the focus is on that moment of awareness of change and the courage to face the unknown.

1_WebRes.jpg
       
     
7_HighRes.jpg
       
     
Continue On.jpeg
       
     
Emerge.jpeg