Mapping Our Watershed

Mapping Our Watershed Mapping Our Watershed, co-created by Rebecca Schultz and community members. Cyanotypes tinted with witch hazel, moringa, wild strawberry, mulberry, and echinacea; soil chromatography; and plant-based acrylic paint with soil, lake, and eggshell...

Soil-Based Artwork at Hubbard Brook

Soil-Based Artwork at Hubbard Brook Left: soil pit in the Hubbard Brook Experimental Forest, July 2022; Right: Spodosol, Typical, hard ground and aquatint etching using soil-based ink, 2022.  In July 2022, I did my second residency at the Hubbard Brook Experimental...

Even Stones Have a Sentience

Even Stones Have a Sentience Even Stones Have a Sentience, casein paint with soil pigment, milkweed, and rock, 2022 Site-specific installation at Bartram’s Garden, included in the exhibition Queer Ecologies, co-curated by the William Way LGBT Center and...

Council Rock

Council Rock (2021-present) At Council Rock – Photo by Julia Way This body of work reflects my developing relationship with Council Rock in Lorimer Park. The site’s name refers to its importance to the Lenape people, who inhabited this land for thousands of...

Reclamation

Reclamation (2020) Reclamation, 2020. Mixed media on glass (Installation view) A collaborative installation created with Dana Scott exposing the varied degrees of human interference within natural processes. Scott’s photographs of the Wissahickon Schist rock...