A gif of the exhibition title, Ambrosia, in Hoss Sharp with various glyphs and images shuffling and replacing random letters in the word.

Wesley Ramsey

A glyph of a pencil.


strung among scattered ruins, cast on the outskirts of a charred city, (placeholder) dangles among rock and rubble. Paper faces bathe in the sunset, collecting a slow-growing shadow, as knotted twine suspends a hive. The sun seems to fall with the world, crashing towards the river in a fiery free fall.

(placeholder) is an object made to be a space. constructed from handmade paper, vines, and twine, the structure is an attempt at harmonious design with nature to create a different experience with the surrounding area.

(placeholder) intentionally seeks to take otherwise wasted or discarded materials to be transformed into usable objects. The space made is not supposed to last forever, yearning to one day degrade back into the earth.

Twine sewn through the eyes of paper faces is strung to a larger hanging paper dome. The scene is suspended above rocks and shrubs, lit by a sunset on James River.
Handwritten signature from Wesley Ramsey in black.