In the Rock Monument series, a small object comes between the viewer and the landscape. The result is a photograph that questions space and perception.
These works cover a variety of landscapes, primarily rural and natural, but a follow-up series uses the same ideas to intervene with existing sculpture and architecture, and can be found in the gallery called Interventions.
Both series, introduce something small and intimate into the viewing area. The technique for including the object is not usually hidden, so that it's clear that the viewer should question what's real, what's precious and what's important.
Subjects of the Rock Monuments series include: (in Colorado) Washington Park, Denver; Dillon Dam, Dillon; Waterton Canyon; Mount Sopris and Lake Ridge Lake in Pitkin County; (in France) Garden of the Tuilleries, Paris; La Tour-Blanche, Dordogne and others.