Fauxberge Eggs
Fauxberge Eggs

2013-2014

Watercolor, acrylic, egg shell, California poppy seeds, pearl bead.

If the Urban Camo Seed Bombs were an exercise in patience and observation, the Fauxberge Eggs are an exercise in instant, almost violent, gratification. Eight hollowed eggs filled with California Poppy seeds and painted to resemble Faberge Eggs; they’re destined to be shattered, scattering their seeds and leading to a crop of spring flowers. A direct response to my previous work; I’m continuing with the themes of art as renewal, impermanence, the arbitrary nature of “worth”, and the tensions of passive versus active destruction.

Fauxberge Eggs
Fauxberge Eggs

2013-2014

Watercolor, acrylic, egg shell, California poppy seeds, pearl bead.

If the Urban Camo Seed Bombs were an exercise in patience and observation, the Fauxberge Eggs are an exercise in instant, almost violent, gratification. Eight hollowed eggs filled with California Poppy seeds and painted to resemble Faberge Eggs; they’re destined to be shattered, scattering their seeds and leading to a crop of spring flowers. A direct response to my previous work; I’m continuing with the themes of art as renewal, impermanence, the arbitrary nature of “worth”, and the tensions of passive versus active destruction.

Fauxberge Eggs
Fauxberge Eggs

2013-2014

Watercolor, acrylic, egg shell, California poppy seeds, pearl bead.

If the Urban Camo Seed Bombs were an exercise in patience and observation, the Fauxberge Eggs are an exercise in instant, almost violent, gratification. Eight hollowed eggs filled with California Poppy seeds and painted to resemble Faberge Eggs; they’re destined to be shattered, scattering their seeds and leading to a crop of spring flowers. A direct response to my previous work; I’m continuing with the themes of art as renewal, impermanence, the arbitrary nature of “worth”, and the tensions of passive versus active destruction.

Renaissance Egg
Renaissance Egg

2014

Watercolor, acrylic, egg shell, California poppy seeds, pearl bead.

If the Urban Camo Seed Bombs were an exercise in patience and observation, the Fauxberge Eggs are an exercise in instant, almost violent, gratification. Eight hollowed eggs filled with California Poppy seeds and painted to resemble Faberge Eggs; they’re destined to be shattered, scattering their seeds and leading to a crop of spring flowers. A direct response to my previous work; I’m continuing with the themes of art as renewal, impermanence, the arbitrary nature of “worth”, and the tensions of passive versus active destruction.

Renaissance Egg
Renaissance Egg

2014

Watercolor, acrylic, egg shell, California poppy seeds, pearl bead.

If the Urban Camo Seed Bombs were an exercise in patience and observation, the Fauxberge Eggs are an exercise in instant, almost violent, gratification. Eight hollowed eggs filled with California Poppy seeds and painted to resemble Faberge Eggs; they’re destined to be shattered, scattering their seeds and leading to a crop of spring flowers. A direct response to my previous work; I’m continuing with the themes of art as renewal, impermanence, the arbitrary nature of “worth”, and the tensions of passive versus active destruction.

Renaissance Egg
Renaissance Egg

2014

Watercolor, acrylic, egg shell, California poppy seeds, pearl bead.

If the Urban Camo Seed Bombs were an exercise in patience and observation, the Fauxberge Eggs are an exercise in instant, almost violent, gratification. Eight hollowed eggs filled with California Poppy seeds and painted to resemble Faberge Eggs; they’re destined to be shattered, scattering their seeds and leading to a crop of spring flowers. A direct response to my previous work; I’m continuing with the themes of art as renewal, impermanence, the arbitrary nature of “worth”, and the tensions of passive versus active destruction.

Renaissance Egg
Renaissance Egg

2014

Watercolor, acrylic, egg shell, California poppy seeds, pearl bead.

If the Urban Camo Seed Bombs were an exercise in patience and observation, the Fauxberge Eggs are an exercise in instant, almost violent, gratification. Eight hollowed eggs filled with California Poppy seeds and painted to resemble Faberge Eggs; they’re destined to be shattered, scattering their seeds and leading to a crop of spring flowers. A direct response to my previous work; I’m continuing with the themes of art as renewal, impermanence, the arbitrary nature of “worth”, and the tensions of passive versus active destruction.

Rose Trellis Egg
Rose Trellis Egg

2014

Watercolor, acrylic, egg shell, California poppy seeds, pearl bead.

If the Urban Camo Seed Bombs were an exercise in patience and observation, the Fauxberge Eggs are an exercise in instant, almost violent, gratification. Eight hollowed eggs filled with California Poppy seeds and painted to resemble Faberge Eggs; they’re destined to be shattered, scattering their seeds and leading to a crop of spring flowers. A direct response to my previous work; I’m continuing with the themes of art as renewal, impermanence, the arbitrary nature of “worth”, and the tensions of passive versus active destruction.

Rose Trellis Egg
Rose Trellis Egg

2014

Watercolor, acrylic, egg shell, California poppy seeds, pearl bead.

If the Urban Camo Seed Bombs were an exercise in patience and observation, the Fauxberge Eggs are an exercise in instant, almost violent, gratification. Eight hollowed eggs filled with California Poppy seeds and painted to resemble Faberge Eggs; they’re destined to be shattered, scattering their seeds and leading to a crop of spring flowers. A direct response to my previous work; I’m continuing with the themes of art as renewal, impermanence, the arbitrary nature of “worth”, and the tensions of passive versus active destruction.

Rose Trellis Egg
Rose Trellis Egg

2014

Watercolor, acrylic, egg shell, California poppy seeds, pearl bead.

If the Urban Camo Seed Bombs were an exercise in patience and observation, the Fauxberge Eggs are an exercise in instant, almost violent, gratification. Eight hollowed eggs filled with California Poppy seeds and painted to resemble Faberge Eggs; they’re destined to be shattered, scattering their seeds and leading to a crop of spring flowers. A direct response to my previous work; I’m continuing with the themes of art as renewal, impermanence, the arbitrary nature of “worth”, and the tensions of passive versus active destruction.

Monogram Egg
Monogram Egg

2014

Watercolor, acrylic, egg shell, California poppy seeds, pearl bead.

If the Urban Camo Seed Bombs were an exercise in patience and observation, the Fauxberge Eggs are an exercise in instant, almost violent, gratification. Eight hollowed eggs filled with California Poppy seeds and painted to resemble Faberge Eggs; they’re destined to be shattered, scattering their seeds and leading to a crop of spring flowers. A direct response to my previous work; I’m continuing with the themes of art as renewal, impermanence, the arbitrary nature of “worth”, and the tensions of passive versus active destruction.

Monogram Egg
Monogram Egg

2014

Watercolor, acrylic, egg shell, California poppy seeds, pearl bead.

If the Urban Camo Seed Bombs were an exercise in patience and observation, the Fauxberge Eggs are an exercise in instant, almost violent, gratification. Eight hollowed eggs filled with California Poppy seeds and painted to resemble Faberge Eggs; they’re destined to be shattered, scattering their seeds and leading to a crop of spring flowers. A direct response to my previous work; I’m continuing with the themes of art as renewal, impermanence, the arbitrary nature of “worth”, and the tensions of passive versus active destruction.

Monogram Egg
Monogram Egg

2014

Watercolor, acrylic, egg shell, California poppy seeds, pearl bead.

If the Urban Camo Seed Bombs were an exercise in patience and observation, the Fauxberge Eggs are an exercise in instant, almost violent, gratification. Eight hollowed eggs filled with California Poppy seeds and painted to resemble Faberge Eggs; they’re destined to be shattered, scattering their seeds and leading to a crop of spring flowers. A direct response to my previous work; I’m continuing with the themes of art as renewal, impermanence, the arbitrary nature of “worth”, and the tensions of passive versus active destruction.

Fauxberge Eggs
Fauxberge Eggs

2013-2014

Watercolor, acrylic, egg shell, California poppy seeds, pearl bead.

If the Urban Camo Seed Bombs were an exercise in patience and observation, the Fauxberge Eggs are an exercise in instant, almost violent, gratification. Eight hollowed eggs filled with California Poppy seeds and painted to resemble Faberge Eggs; they’re destined to be shattered, scattering their seeds and leading to a crop of spring flowers. A direct response to my previous work; I’m continuing with the themes of art as renewal, impermanence, the arbitrary nature of “worth”, and the tensions of passive versus active destruction.

Rosebud Egg
Rosebud Egg

2013

Watercolor, acrylic, egg shell, California poppy seeds, pearl bead.

If the Urban Camo Seed Bombs were an exercise in patience and observation, the Fauxberge Eggs are an exercise in instant, almost violent, gratification. Eight hollowed eggs filled with California Poppy seeds and painted to resemble Faberge Eggs; they’re destined to be shattered, scattering their seeds and leading to a crop of spring flowers. A direct response to my previous work; I’m continuing with the themes of art as renewal, impermanence, the arbitrary nature of “worth”, and the tensions of passive versus active destruction.

Rosebud Egg
Rosebud Egg

2013

Watercolor, acrylic, egg shell, California poppy seeds, pearl bead.

If the Urban Camo Seed Bombs were an exercise in patience and observation, the Fauxberge Eggs are an exercise in instant, almost violent, gratification. Eight hollowed eggs filled with California Poppy seeds and painted to resemble Faberge Eggs; they’re destined to be shattered, scattering their seeds and leading to a crop of spring flowers. A direct response to my previous work; I’m continuing with the themes of art as renewal, impermanence, the arbitrary nature of “worth”, and the tensions of passive versus active destruction.

Rosebud Egg
Rosebud Egg

2013

Watercolor, acrylic, egg shell, California poppy seeds, pearl bead.

If the Urban Camo Seed Bombs were an exercise in patience and observation, the Fauxberge Eggs are an exercise in instant, almost violent, gratification. Eight hollowed eggs filled with California Poppy seeds and painted to resemble Faberge Eggs; they’re destined to be shattered, scattering their seeds and leading to a crop of spring flowers. A direct response to my previous work; I’m continuing with the themes of art as renewal, impermanence, the arbitrary nature of “worth”, and the tensions of passive versus active destruction.

Rosebud Egg
Rosebud Egg

2013

Watercolor, acrylic, egg shell, California poppy seeds, pearl bead.

If the Urban Camo Seed Bombs were an exercise in patience and observation, the Fauxberge Eggs are an exercise in instant, almost violent, gratification. Eight hollowed eggs filled with California Poppy seeds and painted to resemble Faberge Eggs; they’re destined to be shattered, scattering their seeds and leading to a crop of spring flowers. A direct response to my previous work; I’m continuing with the themes of art as renewal, impermanence, the arbitrary nature of “worth”, and the tensions of passive versus active destruction.

Clover Leaf Egg
Clover Leaf Egg

2014

Watercolor, acrylic, egg shell, California poppy seeds, pearl bead.

If the Urban Camo Seed Bombs were an exercise in patience and observation, the Fauxberge Eggs are an exercise in instant, almost violent, gratification. Eight hollowed eggs filled with California Poppy seeds and painted to resemble Faberge Eggs; they’re destined to be shattered, scattering their seeds and leading to a crop of spring flowers. A direct response to my previous work; I’m continuing with the themes of art as renewal, impermanence, the arbitrary nature of “worth”, and the tensions of passive versus active destruction.

Clover Leaf Egg
Clover Leaf Egg

2014

Watercolor, acrylic, egg shell, California poppy seeds, pearl bead.

If the Urban Camo Seed Bombs were an exercise in patience and observation, the Fauxberge Eggs are an exercise in instant, almost violent, gratification. Eight hollowed eggs filled with California Poppy seeds and painted to resemble Faberge Eggs; they’re destined to be shattered, scattering their seeds and leading to a crop of spring flowers. A direct response to my previous work; I’m continuing with the themes of art as renewal, impermanence, the arbitrary nature of “worth”, and the tensions of passive versus active destruction.

Clover Leaf Egg
Clover Leaf Egg

2014

Watercolor, acrylic, egg shell, California poppy seeds, pearl bead.

If the Urban Camo Seed Bombs were an exercise in patience and observation, the Fauxberge Eggs are an exercise in instant, almost violent, gratification. Eight hollowed eggs filled with California Poppy seeds and painted to resemble Faberge Eggs; they’re destined to be shattered, scattering their seeds and leading to a crop of spring flowers. A direct response to my previous work; I’m continuing with the themes of art as renewal, impermanence, the arbitrary nature of “worth”, and the tensions of passive versus active destruction.

Twelve Panel Egg and Clover Leaf Egg
Twelve Panel Egg and Clover Leaf Egg

2013-2014

Watercolor, acrylic, egg shell, California poppy seeds, pearl bead.

If the Urban Camo Seed Bombs were an exercise in patience and observation, the Fauxberge Eggs are an exercise in instant, almost violent, gratification. Eight hollowed eggs filled with California Poppy seeds and painted to resemble Faberge Eggs; they’re destined to be shattered, scattering their seeds and leading to a crop of spring flowers. A direct response to my previous work; I’m continuing with the themes of art as renewal, impermanence, the arbitrary nature of “worth”, and the tensions of passive versus active destruction.

Twelve Panel Egg and Clover Leaf Egg
Twelve Panel Egg and Clover Leaf Egg

2013-2014

Watercolor, acrylic, egg shell, California poppy seeds, pearl bead.

If the Urban Camo Seed Bombs were an exercise in patience and observation, the Fauxberge Eggs are an exercise in instant, almost violent, gratification. Eight hollowed eggs filled with California Poppy seeds and painted to resemble Faberge Eggs; they’re destined to be shattered, scattering their seeds and leading to a crop of spring flowers. A direct response to my previous work; I’m continuing with the themes of art as renewal, impermanence, the arbitrary nature of “worth”, and the tensions of passive versus active destruction.

Pansy Egg
Pansy Egg

2013

Watercolor, acrylic, egg shell, California poppy seeds, pearl bead.

If the Urban Camo Seed Bombs were an exercise in patience and observation, the Fauxberge Eggs are an exercise in instant, almost violent, gratification. Eight hollowed eggs filled with California Poppy seeds and painted to resemble Faberge Eggs; they’re destined to be shattered, scattering their seeds and leading to a crop of spring flowers. A direct response to my previous work; I’m continuing with the themes of art as renewal, impermanence, the arbitrary nature of “worth”, and the tensions of passive versus active destruction.

Pansy Egg
Pansy Egg

2013

Watercolor, acrylic, egg shell, California poppy seeds, pearl bead.

If the Urban Camo Seed Bombs were an exercise in patience and observation, the Fauxberge Eggs are an exercise in instant, almost violent, gratification. Eight hollowed eggs filled with California Poppy seeds and painted to resemble Faberge Eggs; they’re destined to be shattered, scattering their seeds and leading to a crop of spring flowers. A direct response to my previous work; I’m continuing with the themes of art as renewal, impermanence, the arbitrary nature of “worth”, and the tensions of passive versus active destruction.

Imperial Coronation Egg
Imperial Coronation Egg

2014

Watercolor, acrylic, egg shell, California poppy seeds, pearl bead.

If the Urban Camo Seed Bombs were an exercise in patience and observation, the Fauxberge Eggs are an exercise in instant, almost violent, gratification. Eight hollowed eggs filled with California Poppy seeds and painted to resemble Faberge Eggs; they’re destined to be shattered, scattering their seeds and leading to a crop of spring flowers. A direct response to my previous work; I’m continuing with the themes of art as renewal, impermanence, the arbitrary nature of “worth”, and the tensions of passive versus active destruction.

Imperial Coronation Egg
Imperial Coronation Egg

2014

Watercolor, acrylic, egg shell, California poppy seeds, pearl bead.

If the Urban Camo Seed Bombs were an exercise in patience and observation, the Fauxberge Eggs are an exercise in instant, almost violent, gratification. Eight hollowed eggs filled with California Poppy seeds and painted to resemble Faberge Eggs; they’re destined to be shattered, scattering their seeds and leading to a crop of spring flowers. A direct response to my previous work; I’m continuing with the themes of art as renewal, impermanence, the arbitrary nature of “worth”, and the tensions of passive versus active destruction.

Imperial Coronation Egg and Pansy Egg
Imperial Coronation Egg and Pansy Egg

2013-2014

Watercolor, acrylic, egg shell, California poppy seeds, pearl bead.

If the Urban Camo Seed Bombs were an exercise in patience and observation, the Fauxberge Eggs are an exercise in instant, almost violent, gratification. Eight hollowed eggs filled with California Poppy seeds and painted to resemble Faberge Eggs; they’re destined to be shattered, scattering their seeds and leading to a crop of spring flowers. A direct response to my previous work; I’m continuing with the themes of art as renewal, impermanence, the arbitrary nature of “worth”, and the tensions of passive versus active destruction.

Imperial Coronation Egg and Pansy Egg
Imperial Coronation Egg and Pansy Egg

2013-2014

Watercolor, acrylic, egg shell, California poppy seeds, pearl bead.

If the Urban Camo Seed Bombs were an exercise in patience and observation, the Fauxberge Eggs are an exercise in instant, almost violent, gratification. Eight hollowed eggs filled with California Poppy seeds and painted to resemble Faberge Eggs; they’re destined to be shattered, scattering their seeds and leading to a crop of spring flowers. A direct response to my previous work; I’m continuing with the themes of art as renewal, impermanence, the arbitrary nature of “worth”, and the tensions of passive versus active destruction.

Fauxberge Eggs
Fauxberge Eggs
Fauxberge Eggs
Renaissance Egg
Renaissance Egg
Renaissance Egg
Renaissance Egg
Rose Trellis Egg
Rose Trellis Egg
Rose Trellis Egg
Monogram Egg
Monogram Egg
Monogram Egg
Fauxberge Eggs
Rosebud Egg
Rosebud Egg
Rosebud Egg
Rosebud Egg
Clover Leaf Egg
Clover Leaf Egg
Clover Leaf Egg
Twelve Panel Egg and Clover Leaf Egg
Twelve Panel Egg and Clover Leaf Egg
Pansy Egg
Pansy Egg
Imperial Coronation Egg
Imperial Coronation Egg
Imperial Coronation Egg and Pansy Egg
Imperial Coronation Egg and Pansy Egg
Fauxberge Eggs

2013-2014

Watercolor, acrylic, egg shell, California poppy seeds, pearl bead.

If the Urban Camo Seed Bombs were an exercise in patience and observation, the Fauxberge Eggs are an exercise in instant, almost violent, gratification. Eight hollowed eggs filled with California Poppy seeds and painted to resemble Faberge Eggs; they’re destined to be shattered, scattering their seeds and leading to a crop of spring flowers. A direct response to my previous work; I’m continuing with the themes of art as renewal, impermanence, the arbitrary nature of “worth”, and the tensions of passive versus active destruction.

Fauxberge Eggs

2013-2014

Watercolor, acrylic, egg shell, California poppy seeds, pearl bead.

If the Urban Camo Seed Bombs were an exercise in patience and observation, the Fauxberge Eggs are an exercise in instant, almost violent, gratification. Eight hollowed eggs filled with California Poppy seeds and painted to resemble Faberge Eggs; they’re destined to be shattered, scattering their seeds and leading to a crop of spring flowers. A direct response to my previous work; I’m continuing with the themes of art as renewal, impermanence, the arbitrary nature of “worth”, and the tensions of passive versus active destruction.

Fauxberge Eggs

2013-2014

Watercolor, acrylic, egg shell, California poppy seeds, pearl bead.

If the Urban Camo Seed Bombs were an exercise in patience and observation, the Fauxberge Eggs are an exercise in instant, almost violent, gratification. Eight hollowed eggs filled with California Poppy seeds and painted to resemble Faberge Eggs; they’re destined to be shattered, scattering their seeds and leading to a crop of spring flowers. A direct response to my previous work; I’m continuing with the themes of art as renewal, impermanence, the arbitrary nature of “worth”, and the tensions of passive versus active destruction.

Renaissance Egg

2014

Watercolor, acrylic, egg shell, California poppy seeds, pearl bead.

If the Urban Camo Seed Bombs were an exercise in patience and observation, the Fauxberge Eggs are an exercise in instant, almost violent, gratification. Eight hollowed eggs filled with California Poppy seeds and painted to resemble Faberge Eggs; they’re destined to be shattered, scattering their seeds and leading to a crop of spring flowers. A direct response to my previous work; I’m continuing with the themes of art as renewal, impermanence, the arbitrary nature of “worth”, and the tensions of passive versus active destruction.

Renaissance Egg

2014

Watercolor, acrylic, egg shell, California poppy seeds, pearl bead.

If the Urban Camo Seed Bombs were an exercise in patience and observation, the Fauxberge Eggs are an exercise in instant, almost violent, gratification. Eight hollowed eggs filled with California Poppy seeds and painted to resemble Faberge Eggs; they’re destined to be shattered, scattering their seeds and leading to a crop of spring flowers. A direct response to my previous work; I’m continuing with the themes of art as renewal, impermanence, the arbitrary nature of “worth”, and the tensions of passive versus active destruction.

Renaissance Egg

2014

Watercolor, acrylic, egg shell, California poppy seeds, pearl bead.

If the Urban Camo Seed Bombs were an exercise in patience and observation, the Fauxberge Eggs are an exercise in instant, almost violent, gratification. Eight hollowed eggs filled with California Poppy seeds and painted to resemble Faberge Eggs; they’re destined to be shattered, scattering their seeds and leading to a crop of spring flowers. A direct response to my previous work; I’m continuing with the themes of art as renewal, impermanence, the arbitrary nature of “worth”, and the tensions of passive versus active destruction.

Renaissance Egg

2014

Watercolor, acrylic, egg shell, California poppy seeds, pearl bead.

If the Urban Camo Seed Bombs were an exercise in patience and observation, the Fauxberge Eggs are an exercise in instant, almost violent, gratification. Eight hollowed eggs filled with California Poppy seeds and painted to resemble Faberge Eggs; they’re destined to be shattered, scattering their seeds and leading to a crop of spring flowers. A direct response to my previous work; I’m continuing with the themes of art as renewal, impermanence, the arbitrary nature of “worth”, and the tensions of passive versus active destruction.

Rose Trellis Egg

2014

Watercolor, acrylic, egg shell, California poppy seeds, pearl bead.

If the Urban Camo Seed Bombs were an exercise in patience and observation, the Fauxberge Eggs are an exercise in instant, almost violent, gratification. Eight hollowed eggs filled with California Poppy seeds and painted to resemble Faberge Eggs; they’re destined to be shattered, scattering their seeds and leading to a crop of spring flowers. A direct response to my previous work; I’m continuing with the themes of art as renewal, impermanence, the arbitrary nature of “worth”, and the tensions of passive versus active destruction.

Rose Trellis Egg

2014

Watercolor, acrylic, egg shell, California poppy seeds, pearl bead.

If the Urban Camo Seed Bombs were an exercise in patience and observation, the Fauxberge Eggs are an exercise in instant, almost violent, gratification. Eight hollowed eggs filled with California Poppy seeds and painted to resemble Faberge Eggs; they’re destined to be shattered, scattering their seeds and leading to a crop of spring flowers. A direct response to my previous work; I’m continuing with the themes of art as renewal, impermanence, the arbitrary nature of “worth”, and the tensions of passive versus active destruction.

Rose Trellis Egg

2014

Watercolor, acrylic, egg shell, California poppy seeds, pearl bead.

If the Urban Camo Seed Bombs were an exercise in patience and observation, the Fauxberge Eggs are an exercise in instant, almost violent, gratification. Eight hollowed eggs filled with California Poppy seeds and painted to resemble Faberge Eggs; they’re destined to be shattered, scattering their seeds and leading to a crop of spring flowers. A direct response to my previous work; I’m continuing with the themes of art as renewal, impermanence, the arbitrary nature of “worth”, and the tensions of passive versus active destruction.

Monogram Egg

2014

Watercolor, acrylic, egg shell, California poppy seeds, pearl bead.

If the Urban Camo Seed Bombs were an exercise in patience and observation, the Fauxberge Eggs are an exercise in instant, almost violent, gratification. Eight hollowed eggs filled with California Poppy seeds and painted to resemble Faberge Eggs; they’re destined to be shattered, scattering their seeds and leading to a crop of spring flowers. A direct response to my previous work; I’m continuing with the themes of art as renewal, impermanence, the arbitrary nature of “worth”, and the tensions of passive versus active destruction.

Monogram Egg

2014

Watercolor, acrylic, egg shell, California poppy seeds, pearl bead.

If the Urban Camo Seed Bombs were an exercise in patience and observation, the Fauxberge Eggs are an exercise in instant, almost violent, gratification. Eight hollowed eggs filled with California Poppy seeds and painted to resemble Faberge Eggs; they’re destined to be shattered, scattering their seeds and leading to a crop of spring flowers. A direct response to my previous work; I’m continuing with the themes of art as renewal, impermanence, the arbitrary nature of “worth”, and the tensions of passive versus active destruction.

Monogram Egg

2014

Watercolor, acrylic, egg shell, California poppy seeds, pearl bead.

If the Urban Camo Seed Bombs were an exercise in patience and observation, the Fauxberge Eggs are an exercise in instant, almost violent, gratification. Eight hollowed eggs filled with California Poppy seeds and painted to resemble Faberge Eggs; they’re destined to be shattered, scattering their seeds and leading to a crop of spring flowers. A direct response to my previous work; I’m continuing with the themes of art as renewal, impermanence, the arbitrary nature of “worth”, and the tensions of passive versus active destruction.

Fauxberge Eggs

2013-2014

Watercolor, acrylic, egg shell, California poppy seeds, pearl bead.

If the Urban Camo Seed Bombs were an exercise in patience and observation, the Fauxberge Eggs are an exercise in instant, almost violent, gratification. Eight hollowed eggs filled with California Poppy seeds and painted to resemble Faberge Eggs; they’re destined to be shattered, scattering their seeds and leading to a crop of spring flowers. A direct response to my previous work; I’m continuing with the themes of art as renewal, impermanence, the arbitrary nature of “worth”, and the tensions of passive versus active destruction.

Rosebud Egg

2013

Watercolor, acrylic, egg shell, California poppy seeds, pearl bead.

If the Urban Camo Seed Bombs were an exercise in patience and observation, the Fauxberge Eggs are an exercise in instant, almost violent, gratification. Eight hollowed eggs filled with California Poppy seeds and painted to resemble Faberge Eggs; they’re destined to be shattered, scattering their seeds and leading to a crop of spring flowers. A direct response to my previous work; I’m continuing with the themes of art as renewal, impermanence, the arbitrary nature of “worth”, and the tensions of passive versus active destruction.

Rosebud Egg

2013

Watercolor, acrylic, egg shell, California poppy seeds, pearl bead.

If the Urban Camo Seed Bombs were an exercise in patience and observation, the Fauxberge Eggs are an exercise in instant, almost violent, gratification. Eight hollowed eggs filled with California Poppy seeds and painted to resemble Faberge Eggs; they’re destined to be shattered, scattering their seeds and leading to a crop of spring flowers. A direct response to my previous work; I’m continuing with the themes of art as renewal, impermanence, the arbitrary nature of “worth”, and the tensions of passive versus active destruction.

Rosebud Egg

2013

Watercolor, acrylic, egg shell, California poppy seeds, pearl bead.

If the Urban Camo Seed Bombs were an exercise in patience and observation, the Fauxberge Eggs are an exercise in instant, almost violent, gratification. Eight hollowed eggs filled with California Poppy seeds and painted to resemble Faberge Eggs; they’re destined to be shattered, scattering their seeds and leading to a crop of spring flowers. A direct response to my previous work; I’m continuing with the themes of art as renewal, impermanence, the arbitrary nature of “worth”, and the tensions of passive versus active destruction.

Rosebud Egg

2013

Watercolor, acrylic, egg shell, California poppy seeds, pearl bead.

If the Urban Camo Seed Bombs were an exercise in patience and observation, the Fauxberge Eggs are an exercise in instant, almost violent, gratification. Eight hollowed eggs filled with California Poppy seeds and painted to resemble Faberge Eggs; they’re destined to be shattered, scattering their seeds and leading to a crop of spring flowers. A direct response to my previous work; I’m continuing with the themes of art as renewal, impermanence, the arbitrary nature of “worth”, and the tensions of passive versus active destruction.

Clover Leaf Egg

2014

Watercolor, acrylic, egg shell, California poppy seeds, pearl bead.

If the Urban Camo Seed Bombs were an exercise in patience and observation, the Fauxberge Eggs are an exercise in instant, almost violent, gratification. Eight hollowed eggs filled with California Poppy seeds and painted to resemble Faberge Eggs; they’re destined to be shattered, scattering their seeds and leading to a crop of spring flowers. A direct response to my previous work; I’m continuing with the themes of art as renewal, impermanence, the arbitrary nature of “worth”, and the tensions of passive versus active destruction.

Clover Leaf Egg

2014

Watercolor, acrylic, egg shell, California poppy seeds, pearl bead.

If the Urban Camo Seed Bombs were an exercise in patience and observation, the Fauxberge Eggs are an exercise in instant, almost violent, gratification. Eight hollowed eggs filled with California Poppy seeds and painted to resemble Faberge Eggs; they’re destined to be shattered, scattering their seeds and leading to a crop of spring flowers. A direct response to my previous work; I’m continuing with the themes of art as renewal, impermanence, the arbitrary nature of “worth”, and the tensions of passive versus active destruction.

Clover Leaf Egg

2014

Watercolor, acrylic, egg shell, California poppy seeds, pearl bead.

If the Urban Camo Seed Bombs were an exercise in patience and observation, the Fauxberge Eggs are an exercise in instant, almost violent, gratification. Eight hollowed eggs filled with California Poppy seeds and painted to resemble Faberge Eggs; they’re destined to be shattered, scattering their seeds and leading to a crop of spring flowers. A direct response to my previous work; I’m continuing with the themes of art as renewal, impermanence, the arbitrary nature of “worth”, and the tensions of passive versus active destruction.

Twelve Panel Egg and Clover Leaf Egg

2013-2014

Watercolor, acrylic, egg shell, California poppy seeds, pearl bead.

If the Urban Camo Seed Bombs were an exercise in patience and observation, the Fauxberge Eggs are an exercise in instant, almost violent, gratification. Eight hollowed eggs filled with California Poppy seeds and painted to resemble Faberge Eggs; they’re destined to be shattered, scattering their seeds and leading to a crop of spring flowers. A direct response to my previous work; I’m continuing with the themes of art as renewal, impermanence, the arbitrary nature of “worth”, and the tensions of passive versus active destruction.

Twelve Panel Egg and Clover Leaf Egg

2013-2014

Watercolor, acrylic, egg shell, California poppy seeds, pearl bead.

If the Urban Camo Seed Bombs were an exercise in patience and observation, the Fauxberge Eggs are an exercise in instant, almost violent, gratification. Eight hollowed eggs filled with California Poppy seeds and painted to resemble Faberge Eggs; they’re destined to be shattered, scattering their seeds and leading to a crop of spring flowers. A direct response to my previous work; I’m continuing with the themes of art as renewal, impermanence, the arbitrary nature of “worth”, and the tensions of passive versus active destruction.

Pansy Egg

2013

Watercolor, acrylic, egg shell, California poppy seeds, pearl bead.

If the Urban Camo Seed Bombs were an exercise in patience and observation, the Fauxberge Eggs are an exercise in instant, almost violent, gratification. Eight hollowed eggs filled with California Poppy seeds and painted to resemble Faberge Eggs; they’re destined to be shattered, scattering their seeds and leading to a crop of spring flowers. A direct response to my previous work; I’m continuing with the themes of art as renewal, impermanence, the arbitrary nature of “worth”, and the tensions of passive versus active destruction.

Pansy Egg

2013

Watercolor, acrylic, egg shell, California poppy seeds, pearl bead.

If the Urban Camo Seed Bombs were an exercise in patience and observation, the Fauxberge Eggs are an exercise in instant, almost violent, gratification. Eight hollowed eggs filled with California Poppy seeds and painted to resemble Faberge Eggs; they’re destined to be shattered, scattering their seeds and leading to a crop of spring flowers. A direct response to my previous work; I’m continuing with the themes of art as renewal, impermanence, the arbitrary nature of “worth”, and the tensions of passive versus active destruction.

Imperial Coronation Egg

2014

Watercolor, acrylic, egg shell, California poppy seeds, pearl bead.

If the Urban Camo Seed Bombs were an exercise in patience and observation, the Fauxberge Eggs are an exercise in instant, almost violent, gratification. Eight hollowed eggs filled with California Poppy seeds and painted to resemble Faberge Eggs; they’re destined to be shattered, scattering their seeds and leading to a crop of spring flowers. A direct response to my previous work; I’m continuing with the themes of art as renewal, impermanence, the arbitrary nature of “worth”, and the tensions of passive versus active destruction.

Imperial Coronation Egg

2014

Watercolor, acrylic, egg shell, California poppy seeds, pearl bead.

If the Urban Camo Seed Bombs were an exercise in patience and observation, the Fauxberge Eggs are an exercise in instant, almost violent, gratification. Eight hollowed eggs filled with California Poppy seeds and painted to resemble Faberge Eggs; they’re destined to be shattered, scattering their seeds and leading to a crop of spring flowers. A direct response to my previous work; I’m continuing with the themes of art as renewal, impermanence, the arbitrary nature of “worth”, and the tensions of passive versus active destruction.

Imperial Coronation Egg and Pansy Egg

2013-2014

Watercolor, acrylic, egg shell, California poppy seeds, pearl bead.

If the Urban Camo Seed Bombs were an exercise in patience and observation, the Fauxberge Eggs are an exercise in instant, almost violent, gratification. Eight hollowed eggs filled with California Poppy seeds and painted to resemble Faberge Eggs; they’re destined to be shattered, scattering their seeds and leading to a crop of spring flowers. A direct response to my previous work; I’m continuing with the themes of art as renewal, impermanence, the arbitrary nature of “worth”, and the tensions of passive versus active destruction.

Imperial Coronation Egg and Pansy Egg

2013-2014

Watercolor, acrylic, egg shell, California poppy seeds, pearl bead.

If the Urban Camo Seed Bombs were an exercise in patience and observation, the Fauxberge Eggs are an exercise in instant, almost violent, gratification. Eight hollowed eggs filled with California Poppy seeds and painted to resemble Faberge Eggs; they’re destined to be shattered, scattering their seeds and leading to a crop of spring flowers. A direct response to my previous work; I’m continuing with the themes of art as renewal, impermanence, the arbitrary nature of “worth”, and the tensions of passive versus active destruction.

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