work from 2019

These monoprints on silk are 72" high and 36" wide.  They are stretched on aluminum panels and hung from the ceiling.  They can be view from both sides.

The panels are drawn with ink and printed on a press.  When the viewer walks around them, they shift and shimmer and sway. Below are details taken from the panels

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Artist Statement

As a printmaker and object maker I take natural elements and transform and make them graphically into universal images of themes on living and dying, darkness and light.
A universal tale, simplified in its being not about how I made it but how you see it, an actualized memory.  I invite you to listen to my whispers about thoughts of
loneliness and longing, family circumstances and moments of personal grief. Baring my soul as I should, these familiar narratives are present in us all.

Series started in July/August focused on encouraging women to get out to vote and to become involved in politics whether locally or on larger level.  

"Let Me Speak" is a monoprint with chine colle,