"180 Degrees is a collection of two distinct series, representing a shift from bold colorful landscapes to a more muted, decaying scene. 180 degrees is also the approximate working temperature of encaustic paint, a beeswax and resin medium tinted with pigments."
A collection of pieces with re-occurring themes of pattern and the individual, it addresses the emotional experience of living in the modern world without letting the fantasy of your dreams and aspirations go.
This year, they opened their brick and mortar in the Prospect neighborhood of Longmont, Colorado. You can stop by to visit with them, take a look at their presses, letterpress paper goods, their wedding invitation collection, or discuss a project.
"My work is about environmentalism. I do not mean environmentalism in terms of natural resources or conservation, but in terms of the emotional, cognitive, and developmental relationships between self and surroundings. We place our unique mark on the spaces we inhabit and they in turn place their mark on us."