Convergence [2004 - 2009 ]: This work examines the visual dynamic created by both the Islamic and Christian traditions in Spain. The visual references from these two faiths in the region of Andalusia serve as important metaphors for the conjoined nature of religious experience. In these works, architectural symbols reflect both Islamic and Christian spaces while hooded figures representing various penitential confraternities stand in commemoration of the Passion of Christ. The hooded penitents seen in these works were photographed during Semana Santa (Holy Week) in Sevilla, Spain.
Media: These works are created from digital photographs and printed as large archival murals on canvas, cloth and paper. The works on paper are printed 10 x 30 inches in editions of 10. A single canvas print (usually 25 x 75 inches) is also printed using UV pigments.