There is so much back story to Final Migration. It started off with a dream, as usual, where I saw a dragonfly. The dragonfly usually symbolizes a change in perspective or self realization. Over the past several weeks I have
I used to dream only in sepia, but for the past couple of years my dreams have been vivid. Faces within face, opening up to reveal what you think isn’t real. I pursue my dreams with my artwork, as they
I have been making Hell Flowers off and on for about a year now. The idea, like most of my ideas, came from a dream about Persephone. I was excited about the image, I made Hell Flowers for 2 weeks
I have recurring dreams about owls. Usually they are Barn Owls but occasionally the Great Horned Owl. Vivid and real feeling, I go on a journey with the owl. Mostly, I am terrified of falling, but sometimes I enjoy flying with
Persephone is one of my favorite myths. Like Persephone, I am attracted to any version of Beauty and the Beast storyline and I find myself revisiting this concept. For this version of Persephone, I am challenging myself to use polymer clay
Blue Blood, Shared Destiny and Messenger will be at The Suffolk Art Gallery for THOUGHTFULLY AWAKE May 3 – June 7, 2019 The Suffolk Art League and Suffolk Art Gallery invite you to attend
Abduction of Persephone will be at The Charles H. Taylor Arts Center May 4 – June 15, 2019 “Art doesn’t always have to be serious. It can also be funny, droll, comical, playful, silly, whimsical, farcical, witty, satirical or humorous.
Shiny Things was accepted into “Persistence”, a national exhibition celebrating women’s empowerment. Persistence is a all woman show juried by Lori Practio, of Girls Noticed Project at the d’Art Center in Norfolk, VA. The exhibition runs from 3/9/19 to 3/30/19.