Two paintings with unpainted raw canvas at their tops, the painted parts end in ragged lines. They hand next two each other at different heights so that the unpainted raw canvas parts line up.

Reach New Heights I & II
Acrylic on canvas
38 inches x 48 inches
2017

A pale-skinned woman in a manual wheelchair near a pool. The painted part of the canvas ends in an irregular, uneven line about 40 inches up from the bottom, with the top 8 inches left as raw, unprimed and unpainted canvas.

Reach New Heights I
Acrylic on canvas
38 inches x 48 inches
2017

The same woman getting out the pool with her back towards us. The division between the painted and unpainted parts happens about 20 inches up from the bottom.She is only painted below her shoulder blades and above her thighs.

Reach New Heights II
Acrylic on canvas
38 inches x 48 inches
2017 

A rectangular piece of wood, nearly covered with a painted blue rectangle surrounded with a thin white border and rounded corners. It is based on the design of an accessible parking sign with the center left blank.

Signs and Symptoms (hyper-invisibility)
Acrylic on wood
48 inches x 72 inches
2017

A round wooden dowel with a painting of a white cane with red-bottom, black strap, and metal-glide tip on one-side.

Signs and Symptoms (to see and be seen)
Acrylic on wood
48 inches x 2 inch diamater
2017

On the other side is a painting of a neon-orange visibility flag attached to a long pole with a bracket at the bottom that is used to attach it to a wheelchair.

Signs and Symptoms (to see and be seen)
Acrylic on wood
48 inches x 2 inch diamater
2017

Out on the Street is a rectangular piece of wood with a painted image of a tattered piece of cardboard.

Signs and Symptoms (out on the street)
Acrylic on wood
36 inches x 24 inches
2017

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