October 19th - 27th 2017 Robert C. Turner Gallery, Alfred, NY

America's dream of home is a uniquely private one, ideally closed off from community, and fortified by a hedged perimeter. This culture of the quintessentially American suburban life, introduced in the early 19th century, is still a substantial part of today's American culture.

These works dissect the history behind a neatly trimmed lawn, the symbolism in the hardware hinging your door, and how, despite its persistent mass-production, the home plays a major role in forging personal identity.