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.
Thanks Danny Hart!
Decided to name this one Unchained. Fly and be free little Alkonost.
Over the past month, I have had extremely vivid dreams. Some of them disturbing, some surreal, some both disturbing and surreal. I believe these dreams are my brain filing away my concerns, anxiety and fears. Early this week I had
Although Medusa is often portrayed in pop culture as a monster, she has another side less often talked about. Medusa was once a beautiful priestess of Athena until her vow of chastity was broken by Poseidon, god of the sea.
It took me a while, but I finally opening my Etsy Gallery! Come visit me! https://www.etsy.com/shop/ChristineKHarris?ref=si_shop
Excited to announce that Sheltered and Fabricating Hope appear in the August/September/October 2013 edition of Art Doll Quarterly! I wrote an article chronicling the steps I took in creating Sheltered and appears on pages 36-39. Fabricating Hope appears on page
Deer Woman By creating a deer/human hybrid, I am exploring the complexities of deer and human behavior and emotion, experimenting visually with the ways we differ and are similar. I combine predator and prey, juxtaposing their emotions. Researchers now show
I start my artwork with a concept, usually involving relationships between people. For “Sheltered” I wanted to show the dynamics between an overprotective/overbearing mother and her child. This is a complex relationship with many layers of meaning and points of