In his art Josh is consistently drawn to the seams where our built world is roughly stitched into its surrounding landscape. Whether in print or public installations, his art explores the raw juxtapositions and patterns revealed where the constructed edges of a designed order rub against stone and sand, clouds and horizon. These liminal conditions can be telling signatures of the ways our culture conceives of the natural world and our role in it. Oftentimes apparently quiet landscapes and sites in his work bear the imprint of an uneasy human occupation.
An architect by day and a printmaker by night, Josh lives and prints in Seattle.