A stand of roadside cholla against which small birds had been driven by the storm and there impaled, 2010, lamp, wood, sand, rocks, cacti, clay, crow wings, acrylic paint, glass, oil paint, mirror, cacti: 79 x 20 x 25.5 inches; window: 48 x 40 x 12 inches. Installation at Marc Jancou Contemporary, NYC.


The viewer can look through the peephole in the painting.

View through the peephole. The crow's eye is a mirror that reflects your eye when looking through.

View from behind.

View through the window of the adjacent sculpture, See-Through.