Raritan River Ribbon
Raritan River Ribbon

A beaded outdoor installation for the Hunterdon Art Museum in Clinton, NJ  on view May to September 2014

Synapses
Synapses

3 gate fence weaving at Havemeyer Park in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, NY 2014

Synapses installation

Installation of Synapses fence weaving on gate at Havemeyer Park on South 4th Street in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, NY 2014 with HP volunteers.

The End
The End

A fence weaving created for the 2013 DUMBO Arts Festival in Brooklyn, New York. Plastic ribbon woven into the chain link fencing at the end of Jay Street in front of the East River. 

Gate Garlands
Gate Garlands

A cement sticker art installation presented by chashama and created for the Greater Jamaica Development Corporation, at   161-04 Jamaica Avenue, Queens, NY 11432

more at  http://www.chashama.org/event/gate_garlands   

North Star
North Star

Celebrating the legacy of Fredrick Douglass’ first newspaper “North Star”. Created in 2013 in Harlem New York at 117th Street and Fredrick Douglas Boulevard with a grant from the Puffin Foundation for the Soho Square with the West 117th Street Police Athletic League Summer Camp kids. 

Lincoln Road Serape
Lincoln Road Serape

Created in 2011 for the LinRoFORMA (the Lincoln Road b/w Flatbush & Ocean Residents and Merchants Association) with a NYC - Department of Transportation Arterventions grant on the Lincoln Road Bridge across from the Prospect Park subway station entrance, between Ocean and Flatbush Avenues. 

Lincoln Road Serape - detail
Lincoln Road Serape - detail
St. Nicholas Park Mesh
St. Nicholas Park Mesh

An abstract vine design based on Native American textiles, inspired by the sites former use as an path by the Weekquaeskeek Indians, connecting St. Nicholas Avenue and Spuyten Duyvil to the tip of Manhattan.  One of three fence weavings that highlight the park’s eclectic history.

This installation was made possible with a Manhattan Community Arts Fund Grant from the Lower Manhattan Cultural Council. 

St. Nicholas Park Mesh
St. Nicholas Park Mesh

The “quilt squares" design is located near the Hamilton Grange, home of founding father Alexander Hamilton.  This represents the park’s early American history as a military campground during the Battle of Harlem Heights, where General George Washington positioned himself during the Revolutionary War in 1776.

This installation was made possible with a Manhattan Community Arts Fund Grant from the Lower Manhattan Cultural Council. 

Ornamental Paths
Ornamental Paths

Created for the Clare Weiss Emerging Artist Award. Ornamental Paths consisted of twelve large-scale weavings made for Joyce Kilmer Park on the Grand Concourse in the Bronx, NY. “The placement of the weavings defines the inner triangular shape at the heart of Joyce Kilmer Park and creates a place where people can enter into a spatial drawing.” The brick and mosaic Art Deco patterns that have historically defined the neighborhood’s architectural landmarks are interpreted through Daniel’s interlaced geometric forms, horizontal stripes, and vertical bands that grace the park’s permanent wire fencing. 

Ornamental Paths - detail
Ornamental Paths - detail

 

 

Ornamental Paths
Ornamental Paths

Created for the Clare Weiss Emerging Artist Award. Ornamental Paths consisted of twelve large-scale weavings made for Joyce Kilmer Park on the Grand Concourse between 161st and 164th Streets in the Bronx, NY. “The placement of the weavings defines the inner triangular shape at the heart of Joyce Kilmer Park and creates a place where people can enter into a spatial drawing.” The brick and mosaic Art Deco patterns that have historically defined the neighborhood’s architectural landmarks are interpreted through Daniel’s interlaced geometric forms, horizontal stripes, and vertical bands that grace the park’s permanent wire fencing. 

Ornamental Paths
Ornamental Paths

Created for the Clare Weiss Emerging Artist Award. Ornamental Paths consisted of twelve large-scale weavings made for Joyce Kilmer Park on the Grand Concourse between 161st and 164th Streets in the Bronx, NY. “The placement of the weavings defines the inner triangular shape at the heart of Joyce Kilmer Park and creates a place where people can enter into a spatial drawing.” The brick and mosaic Art Deco patterns that have historically defined the neighborhood’s architectural landmarks are interpreted through Daniel’s interlaced geometric forms, horizontal stripes, and vertical bands that grace the park’s permanent wire fencing. 

Tenkenas Sash
Tenkenas Sash

plastic ribbon woven into chain link fence    2011

Designed for Flow 11, a site-specific group exhibition, on Randall's Island that was presented by Randall’s Island Park Alliance, The Bronx Museum of the Arts, and Made Event.

Tenkenas Sash - detail
Tenkenas Sash - detail
Fence Embroidery with Embellishment
Fence Embroidery with Embellishment

 A 600 foot installation on a chain link fence on South Street that runs from the Wall Street Ferry to The South Street Seaport. Plastic Ribbon woven int chain link fence with painted spools, lids and flanges. Created for the Downtown Alliance’s RE: Construction, Working Beautifully project curated by BravinLee Programs.

Fence Embroidery with Embellishment - detail
Fence Embroidery with Embellishment - detail
Raritan River Ribbon
Synapses
Synapses installation
The End
Gate Garlands
North Star
Lincoln Road Serape
Lincoln Road Serape - detail
St. Nicholas Park Mesh
St. Nicholas Park Mesh
Ornamental Paths
Ornamental Paths - detail
Ornamental Paths
Ornamental Paths
Tenkenas Sash
Tenkenas Sash - detail
Fence Embroidery with Embellishment
Fence Embroidery with Embellishment - detail
Raritan River Ribbon

A beaded outdoor installation for the Hunterdon Art Museum in Clinton, NJ  on view May to September 2014

Synapses

3 gate fence weaving at Havemeyer Park in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, NY 2014

Synapses installation

Installation of Synapses fence weaving on gate at Havemeyer Park on South 4th Street in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, NY 2014 with HP volunteers.

The End

A fence weaving created for the 2013 DUMBO Arts Festival in Brooklyn, New York. Plastic ribbon woven into the chain link fencing at the end of Jay Street in front of the East River. 

Gate Garlands

A cement sticker art installation presented by chashama and created for the Greater Jamaica Development Corporation, at   161-04 Jamaica Avenue, Queens, NY 11432

more at  http://www.chashama.org/event/gate_garlands   

North Star

Celebrating the legacy of Fredrick Douglass’ first newspaper “North Star”. Created in 2013 in Harlem New York at 117th Street and Fredrick Douglas Boulevard with a grant from the Puffin Foundation for the Soho Square with the West 117th Street Police Athletic League Summer Camp kids. 

Lincoln Road Serape

Created in 2011 for the LinRoFORMA (the Lincoln Road b/w Flatbush & Ocean Residents and Merchants Association) with a NYC - Department of Transportation Arterventions grant on the Lincoln Road Bridge across from the Prospect Park subway station entrance, between Ocean and Flatbush Avenues. 

Lincoln Road Serape - detail
St. Nicholas Park Mesh

An abstract vine design based on Native American textiles, inspired by the sites former use as an path by the Weekquaeskeek Indians, connecting St. Nicholas Avenue and Spuyten Duyvil to the tip of Manhattan.  One of three fence weavings that highlight the park’s eclectic history.

This installation was made possible with a Manhattan Community Arts Fund Grant from the Lower Manhattan Cultural Council. 

St. Nicholas Park Mesh

The “quilt squares" design is located near the Hamilton Grange, home of founding father Alexander Hamilton.  This represents the park’s early American history as a military campground during the Battle of Harlem Heights, where General George Washington positioned himself during the Revolutionary War in 1776.

This installation was made possible with a Manhattan Community Arts Fund Grant from the Lower Manhattan Cultural Council. 

Ornamental Paths

Created for the Clare Weiss Emerging Artist Award. Ornamental Paths consisted of twelve large-scale weavings made for Joyce Kilmer Park on the Grand Concourse in the Bronx, NY. “The placement of the weavings defines the inner triangular shape at the heart of Joyce Kilmer Park and creates a place where people can enter into a spatial drawing.” The brick and mosaic Art Deco patterns that have historically defined the neighborhood’s architectural landmarks are interpreted through Daniel’s interlaced geometric forms, horizontal stripes, and vertical bands that grace the park’s permanent wire fencing. 

Ornamental Paths - detail

 

 

Ornamental Paths

Created for the Clare Weiss Emerging Artist Award. Ornamental Paths consisted of twelve large-scale weavings made for Joyce Kilmer Park on the Grand Concourse between 161st and 164th Streets in the Bronx, NY. “The placement of the weavings defines the inner triangular shape at the heart of Joyce Kilmer Park and creates a place where people can enter into a spatial drawing.” The brick and mosaic Art Deco patterns that have historically defined the neighborhood’s architectural landmarks are interpreted through Daniel’s interlaced geometric forms, horizontal stripes, and vertical bands that grace the park’s permanent wire fencing. 

Ornamental Paths

Created for the Clare Weiss Emerging Artist Award. Ornamental Paths consisted of twelve large-scale weavings made for Joyce Kilmer Park on the Grand Concourse between 161st and 164th Streets in the Bronx, NY. “The placement of the weavings defines the inner triangular shape at the heart of Joyce Kilmer Park and creates a place where people can enter into a spatial drawing.” The brick and mosaic Art Deco patterns that have historically defined the neighborhood’s architectural landmarks are interpreted through Daniel’s interlaced geometric forms, horizontal stripes, and vertical bands that grace the park’s permanent wire fencing. 

Tenkenas Sash

plastic ribbon woven into chain link fence    2011

Designed for Flow 11, a site-specific group exhibition, on Randall's Island that was presented by Randall’s Island Park Alliance, The Bronx Museum of the Arts, and Made Event.

Tenkenas Sash - detail
Fence Embroidery with Embellishment

 A 600 foot installation on a chain link fence on South Street that runs from the Wall Street Ferry to The South Street Seaport. Plastic Ribbon woven int chain link fence with painted spools, lids and flanges. Created for the Downtown Alliance’s RE: Construction, Working Beautifully project curated by BravinLee Programs.

Fence Embroidery with Embellishment - detail
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