The D*sney princess dolls spark some fascinating conversations. (It’s part of why I repainted them three times.) I keep second-guessing this set of costumes. I’m on my third draft, so … Continue reading Doll collection: Princesses
[ part 2 of the essay which began “To Thine Own Self Be True” ] Collection #1 ”Shades of Santayana! Those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat … Continue reading Confronting and kowtowing to the canon
My recent paintings experiment with and assess the personal impact of the artistic canon. In superimposing the art historical canon over my own paper doppelgänger, I engage in a form … Continue reading Highlighting women as creators (via paper dolls)
I’m starting something new… My plans owe a grateful nod to work by Jaclyn Seufert and Beth Scher. …oh, and maybe Sandro Botticelli as well.
Ten years ago, art vocabulary, theory, and history seemed so fresh and new that I saw no alternative but to act like a sponge and learn anything and everything. I … Continue reading Collections and series