Every
thing Seems Alright















ESA, Assemblage #15, 2017
 
38” x 51”

Composition of 652 individually gold leafed douglas fir tiles  

Double interlocking orbs 

Connection in time















ESA Assemblage #10, 2016  

82” x 96”

Ebonized douglas fir radial tiles

Sixteen overlapping pools, dispersing

Ripples in a dark pond



 










 








ESA Assemblage #6, 2015     72” x 72”

Ebonized douglas fir paralelogram and radial tiles  

at sea







ESA #9, 2015
 
36” x 36”

Radial douglas fir tiles

hello?










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Series
Five 
Turnings




















Djuna Day


Pillars are an age old form. Spiritual, powerful, evocative. A marker of the presence and life. A lightning rod connecting the earth and the sky. The pillar has been a symbol of wonder about our place in the universe wherever humanity has stopped to gaze at the stars and look for purpose. 








Series Five Turnings.  Poplar, turned and painted by hand.  

Lightning rods


Connecting Me and We

18” to 44” tall, 5” dia.























 
 



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THE ELEMENTS, AND LOOPS





Loops #3
8”x12”, 2017





Loops #4   8”x12”, 2017



Woodblock prints

Printed on 100% kozo Japanese handmade paper with oil based inks

light


Our place in the universe









I know noble accents
And lucid, inescapable rhythms;
But I know, too,
That the blackbird is involved
In what I know.

Wallace Stevens






Loops #2  8”x12”, 2017





The Elements, the Power, the Universe and Time.







The Elements, Composition #1 18”x24”, 2017




The Elements, Composition #2  18”x24”, 2017






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THIS IS NOT HOW THEY SAID IT
WOULD
BE







This Is Not...., Assemblage #7   48”x48”, 2011  





Djuna Day

These sculptures provide a visceral example of the human tendency to dismantle our natural world and reassemble the pieces into environments that feel deeply inhuman.








This is Not...Assemblage #1, 13”x20”, 2006













This is Not...
Assemblage #2

24” x 96”, 2007








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Djuna Day 2018   ︎   Toronto, Canada