Radioactive Day is an installation piece displayed at the Albrecht-Kemper Museum of Art in 2007. The installation is comprised of three sections of twenty-four pieces of work. Each section represents one “day” and each piece one “hour”. Different media was used for each “day”. The first “day” is oil pastel on BFK paper. The second “day” is encaustic on panel. The third “day” is three-dimensional Plexiglas pieces with encaustic paint. The process that I used in repeating each “day” in a different media was an important concern in this installation.
The Heartland Foundation for the new EmpowerU building purchased selections of pieces from the Radioactive Day Installation when it opened in 2007. They are on permanent display in the building.