Roil - Gadsden Museum of Art
Roil was recently installed at the Gadsden Museum of Art in Gadsden, AL
(Sept 2021, on display now)
Shift - Alabama State Council on the Arts
Shift was recently installed at the Alabama State Council on the Arts' Georgine Clark Alabama Artists Gallery
Taraxacum is currently installed at the Montgomery Museum of Fine Arts' John and Joyce Caddell Sculpture Garden.
The MMFA installation is sponsored by Dr. and Mrs. Barry L. Wilson with additional support provided by sponsors PowerSouth and ServisFirst Bank and co-sponsors Gage and Mark LeQuire. This project has been made possible by a partnership that includes the National Endowment for the Arts and The Alabama State Council on the Arts.
Creative Conversations: Whimsy in the Garden with Jamey Grimes
from Wednesday, September 16, 2020
Roil - Carnegie Visual Arts Center
Roil was recently on display at the Carnegie Visual Arts Center in Decatur, AL
(Aug 25 - Oct 3, 2020)
Formicarium uses corrugated plastic, LED lights, and projected animations to envelop Lake City, SC's Jones-Carter Gallery (2020)
Eclipse uses corrugated plastic, a fiberglass ball, LED lights, and projected animations to create an installation in Austin Peay State University's New Gallery. The installation coincides with the 2017 solar eclipse.
Transpiration is currently on display at the Alabama Contemporary Art Center as a part of their Raise 251 exhibition.
Roil uses corrugated plastic to form twisted sculptural installations. Wash adds color to similar forms.
Throughfall incorporates several paper & balsa hexagons within a suspended wire matrix.
An earlier version of Roil and Wash, Between Space installations tend to be above the viewer, suspended from the ceiling.
This set of objects includes wood carvings and cast glass. Early variations were known as Crocodyle Tears.
These boxes were constructed of mylar and balsa, with plotted, cut, and burned effects.
Based on wooden carvings, the plastic forms of Flow swarm the walls. Down traps similar objects between stacked glass.
Cymatics and Rush utilize hundreds of stainless steel wires to mimic the movement of tall grass.
Based on wooden carvings, multiple plastic forms are suspended from the ceiling.
These wall-mounted sculptures are made of melted plastic.
Digital mock-ups of projects and proposals.
A few older drawings and fun sculptures