Recently visited Mom and unearthed my first real art project from a course with Pier Consagra around 1995. Pretty much still the same except I miss Sari and David’s beloved cat Sweetie. And I’ve had to replace the boots a couple of times. I’m pretty sure that course started me going to the art students league and then everything else. […]
Repairing the lost grommets from the Gratitude poser with needle and thread.
Celebrate pride with small and large handmade buttons in gorgeous colors and patterns.
No legislature may make a law that is overly burdensome or restrictive of fundamental rights.
My Ritual Open Call work began as calligraphic thank-you notes to my forebears and eventually became “gratitude,” my first installation with @ritual_open. Now that show is up in Oxon Run Park, and it’s time to think about the next location. I went from Gratitude to Rage—and now it’s Resolve. As in: I will keep finding ways […]
Last week Lisa Brown, Adrian, Rome Brown, and I installed the first location for the Ritual exhibition! It features my delightful collaborators, @healherphotography, @yvonne_shortt, @threestoryranch, @galaxina500, @amirahb_art, @art.of_e, and @daria_dorosh. Photos by me and Adrian Cooke.
By the time I got to post the final banner to Instagram, the damn supreme court had followed through on its intention to revoke bodily autonomy from people who can get pregnant. So maybe this is the next banner.
My twelfth and final banner post, long delayed. It’s been a rough couple of weeks. Work stress, car travel (always gets me), plus new medication gave me jitters and shakes for days. But a couple of weeks ago I finalized my first banner for the actual show, which begins in DC at Oxon Run Park […]
With all the patriarchy, threats to bodily autonomy, and mass murder this week, I am thinking of Artemisia Gentileschi: her paintings, her trauma, her testimony, her world. And our world, 400 years later. Despair, yes, but also gratitude. Thank you, Artemisia Gentileschi. Please see paintings and learn about this artist whose work has always been seen […]