carrol harding mctyre
In 1969, Betty Crocker and Donald Judd had an affair. Their brief but significant union produced one child – me. Like any offspring, I have absorbed certain characteristics from my parents and those traits tend to manifest themselves in my work.
My medium is ideas. The material, the size, the imagery all follow.
My style is a clean visual organization with a sampling of American kitsch. It’s often playful, occasionally humorous, at times solitary in mood, and always engaging (one hopes).
My subject matter varies, but at its core it is an examination of the human experience. The result is work that takes an anthropological perspective.