The Fruit Plate Project was recently on view at the Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts in Washington, D.C. from March 2-22, 2015 as part of the Iberian Suite Global Art Remix Festival It was also featured as a new segment on the CBS Sunday Morning on November 23, 2014.

Fruit Plate Installation

This project originated as a photo print exhibit for gallery display. Before the first photo was made, its completed form had been conceived. Each image has been printed to 12 inches square- slightly larger than life. The prints are mounted onto white opaque acrylic with an acrylic French cleat on back. Four-foot cleats mount to the wall in rows and the individual photo panels hang in order on the cleats. The order is by month and day starting in early January in the top left, going down and then over with late December in the bottom right. The installation can be 8x25, or 10x20. It could be shorter and longer but by 2x50 or 1x100 it would begin to loose the seasonal rainbow effect.

The piece is fully boxed and crated and exhibit ready. Exhibition inquiries should be directed to:

Fruit Plate Installation


Fruit Plate. 200 images 12x12” each mounted in a grid
Visual Studies Workshop, Rochester, NY & Center for Book Arts, New York, NY, October 2010-March 2011.
Included in the exhibit A Moment in Time curated by Tate Shaw.

Fruit Plate. 200 images 12x12” each mounted in a grid
Arts Council of Greater Grand Rapids, Grand Rapids MI, September 2009. Part of ArtPrize

Fruit Plate. 63 images 12x12” each mounted in a grid
Cowgirl Chocolates, Moscow ID, June-August 2009.

Fruit Plate. 200 images 12x12” each mounted in a grid
Gallery II, Washington State University, Pullman, WA, January-February 2009.

Fruit Plate. 159 images 12x12” each mounted in a grid
Reflections Gallery, University of Idaho Commons, Moscow, ID, March 2008.

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