I’m always attracted to Buddha and Hindu gods and goddesses as they’re likenesses are often depicted in metal or metal colors. I came across this shot I took one summer in Antibes. I love the look of its metallic tones printed on brushed metal; the image becomes so sacred, prayerful and powerful.
A series of collages where I showcased sunglasses and masks, using a variety of Origami paper, magazine images, feathers, metal rivets and acrylic paint. The collages feature dream-like sequences and are accentuated by bold lines of paint. Apparently, I was onto something when I dreamt up this exhibition up in October 2019 prior to the Coronavirus pandemic.
This piece was created for my 2020 Expo featuring collages, all with characters donning some sort of mask from sunglasses to actual masks. This ultra-feminine image appears to be looking toward the future, ready for absolutely anything with her jet black hair, goggle-like sunglasses and her orange lipstick.
This (unfinished yet fabulous) dreamy piece is dedicated to David Bowie. David Bowie has always been a huge influence in my life. I think he singularly saved my life with his music when I was a teenager and plagued by the Hormone Monster. Posters of David Bowie, androgyny and all, were plastered my bedroom walls, much to the chagrin of my parents. Over the years, I went to at least a dozen of his concerts. I own more of his music […]
This piece spilled out of my subconscious onto the canvas. A really POW-her-full piece if I must say so myself (apparently I must). She was hanging in my living room for awhile and I felt protected and empowered by her. Now she’s hanging out at a bar in a chateau…lucky her!
Everything is coming up blue inspired by.artwork by Pablo Picasso created during his self-proclaimed “The Blue Period” to Wassily Kandinski’s “Blue Rider Period” to three of my favorite albums of all time…Miles Davis “Kind of Blue”, Joni Mitchell’s “Blue” (a masterpiece of sadness) and “The Blue Notebooks”, by Max Richter, my favorite minimalist composer.
This photo collage began as a strange photograph along the road. She then morphed into a girl with a anatomically-correct human heart necklace and missing a nose. Her stare is intentional and she looks as if her eyes are always following you.