As we attach — in often complicated, invisible, and far-reaching ways to people|ideas|beliefs|habits|places|things — the roots of our attachment thread deep into our psyches and bind us in ways we can barely fathom. I began to explore these attachments in my studio, first the archetypal triangle of mother/father/child, and then the equally potent pairing of the lover and the beloved. These pieces emerged, in monads, dyads, and triads, to illustrate — sometimes delicately, sometimes harshly, often comically — the eternal truth that we attach, in profound and complex ways, to other people and to our own “story” of “the way things are”.