Barry No. 1,  35" x 43" (8 " x 10" ea.), watercolor on paper  As part of his research, Pasquarelli immersed himself into two environments that exemplify the relationships between our minds and the objects around us: the homes of hoarders and people with organizational OCD. Through these experiences, Pasquarelli has come to see physical surroundings as a projection or manifestation of the mind. By making paintings based on the compelling imagery he gathered from these environments, Pasquarelli is not just representing people’s possessions; he is painting portraits of their minds.

Barry No. 1, 35" x 43" (8 " x 10" ea.), watercolor on paper

As part of his research, Pasquarelli immersed himself into two environments that exemplify the relationships between our minds and the objects around us: the homes of hoarders and people with organizational OCD. Through these experiences, Pasquarelli has come to see physical surroundings as a projection or manifestation of the mind. By making paintings based on the compelling imagery he gathered from these environments, Pasquarelli is not just representing people’s possessions; he is painting portraits of their minds.

  Candles,  14" x 11" ea., diptych, watercolor on paper

Candles, 14" x 11" ea., diptych, watercolor on paper

  Ritual , 11" x 14" ea., triptych, watercolor on paper

Ritual, 11" x 14" ea., triptych, watercolor on paper

 Study for  Self Portrait No. 3,  14" x 11", watercolor on paper

Study for Self Portrait No. 3, 14" x 11", watercolor on paper

  Doug No. 1  , 11" x 14" ea. diptych, watercolor on paper

Doug No. 1 , 11" x 14" ea. diptych, watercolor on paper

  Sirje No. 1 , 36" x 24", oil on linen

Sirje No. 1, 36" x 24", oil on linen

  Catherine No. 1 , 38" x 56", oil on linen

Catherine No. 1, 38" x 56", oil on linen

  Sara No. 1 , 42" x 56", oil on linen

Sara No. 1, 42" x 56", oil on linen

  Catherine No. 2 , 32" x 32", oil on linen

Catherine No. 2, 32" x 32", oil on linen

  Barry No. 1,  35" x 43" (8 " x 10" ea.), watercolor on paper  As part of his research, Pasquarelli immersed himself into two environments that exemplify the relationships between our minds and the objects around us: the homes of hoarders and people with organizational OCD. Through these experiences, Pasquarelli has come to see physical surroundings as a projection or manifestation of the mind. By making paintings based on the compelling imagery he gathered from these environments, Pasquarelli is not just representing people’s possessions; he is painting portraits of their minds.
  Candles,  14" x 11" ea., diptych, watercolor on paper
  Ritual , 11" x 14" ea., triptych, watercolor on paper
 Study for  Self Portrait No. 3,  14" x 11", watercolor on paper
  Doug No. 1  , 11" x 14" ea. diptych, watercolor on paper
  Sirje No. 1 , 36" x 24", oil on linen
  Catherine No. 1 , 38" x 56", oil on linen
  Sara No. 1 , 42" x 56", oil on linen
  Catherine No. 2 , 32" x 32", oil on linen

Barry No. 1, 35" x 43" (8 " x 10" ea.), watercolor on paper

As part of his research, Pasquarelli immersed himself into two environments that exemplify the relationships between our minds and the objects around us: the homes of hoarders and people with organizational OCD. Through these experiences, Pasquarelli has come to see physical surroundings as a projection or manifestation of the mind. By making paintings based on the compelling imagery he gathered from these environments, Pasquarelli is not just representing people’s possessions; he is painting portraits of their minds.

Candles, 14" x 11" ea., diptych, watercolor on paper

Ritual, 11" x 14" ea., triptych, watercolor on paper

Study for Self Portrait No. 3, 14" x 11", watercolor on paper

Doug No. 1 , 11" x 14" ea. diptych, watercolor on paper

Sirje No. 1, 36" x 24", oil on linen

Catherine No. 1, 38" x 56", oil on linen

Sara No. 1, 42" x 56", oil on linen

Catherine No. 2, 32" x 32", oil on linen

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