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 […]
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 […]
My Ritual Artist Open Call project is an opportunity to express gratitude to the artists and women who inspire me. So far it exists as a bunch of multilayered calligraphy compositions, and eventually it will materialize as a square banner for my collaboration with @ritual_open. The idea was not to involve anyone I know personally and […]
Experimental prints from found textures.
“An effigy called the Böögg is burned on a bonfire…”
Exploring feminist and Indigenous interventions with the SCSU Women’s Studies Program.
How curators perform technical analysis on English panel paintings.
YCBA’s online catalog in the public domain.
Delany navigated 18th century aristocratic life using craft, botanical knowledge, and her wiles presumably.
Exhibition gallery guide for Art and Emancipation in Jamaica: Isaac Mendes Belisario and his Worlds, at the Yale Center for British Art, September 2007; 64 pages, 5.7 × 10.5 inches