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Letterforms

Ritual 13: Resolve

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 […]

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Drawings

Ritual 12: Banner Planner

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 […]

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Paintings

Ritual 7: Howard Hodgkin

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 […]

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Books

The Book of Contrasts

Experimental prints from found textures.

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Books

Lettering Zurich: Public Typography

“An effigy called the Böögg is burned on a bonfire…”

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Posters

Ecology, Spirituality, Sustainability

Exploring feminist and Indigenous interventions with the SCSU Women’s Studies Program.

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Web

Guide for examining painting styles

How curators perform technical analysis on English panel paintings.

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Web

Yale Center for British Art website

YCBA’s online catalog in the public domain.

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Posters

YCBA fall events featuring Mrs. Delany

Delany navigated 18th century aristocratic life using craft, botanical knowledge, and her wiles presumably.

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Books

Art and Emancipation in Jamaica

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