Acrylic. 24"H x 18"W Apples are, in form & color, good subjects for metaphors; in this case, I wonder if the Biblical Eve understood the significance of providing the fruit to Adam.
Acrylic 30"square Fun to imagine what would happen if that green apple ripened?
Mixed Media 34"H x 68"W on prepared canvas to hang flat on wall as tapestry. After years of drab advocacy colors it was with joy I turned to painting Apples in Apple Season.
Mixed Media on treated on Belgian Linen, 8.5"H x 48"W. cut to lay flat on the wall vertically on the wall. Mothers of boys too young to recruit as soldiers by a warring tribes, have their opposing limbs cut off so that will remain single & a burden on their village. I see all the Mothers holding these sons as PIETAS.
Pastel on Canson paper 11"Hx8.5"W. Our planet shared a common look in 2020-21. That look will continue.....
Engraving with dry point on PlexiGlas, 48'H x 24'W. Inked and wiped with black acrylic to be hung so that its shadow is also seen. Homeless men are often not seen because if we really look at them we many believe it could happen to us. Most of us are just one major disaster away from being deprived of home and identity.
BLIND GODS & OTHER STRANGE BEINGS IN THE UNIVERSE
Acrylic, with glazes, 49"Hx39"W. Traveling in Spain with a nun colleague 1989. I saw many religious. women, solitary & alone. in their orders as in Purdah, as La Soledad.
BLIND JUSTICE 2019
Acrylic, 60"Hx40"W I began painting USA Blind Justices in 2016, this one is struggling to keep the scales of Justice equal and aloft.
THE DANCE: singles dancing 2020-21
Acrylic, 59"Hx54"W. The dating dance for singles looks like people wearing Mr. & Ms. Potato head masks while looking for Intimacy with others when disguised. A very dangerous dance of futility.
TRAVELING BY ROAD OR PATH
DRIVING FORT WORTH
Acrylic, diptych, each. canvas is 12"H x 36"W. Fort Worth ,Texas is a Beautiful city but driving, the over and under passes when entering from the north, creates views of roads that obliterate any cohesive vision of landscape.
CRUISING THE INTERSTATES
Acrylic, diptych, each canvas is 24"H x 48"W. When you cruise these highways at 70 mph, it is a challenge to choose a route and see the country at the same time; you end up with no cohesive memories, only the memory blurred Landscapes.
OBJECTS IN THE MIRROR
Acrylic, 30"Hx40"W. In the United States it is ironic that the side mirrors on the outside of the front door of the cars, added as a safety measure, have words that say what you see in the mirror is not what is real or there.
WEAVING A LINE
Pastel, 11"H x 8.5"W. on Canson Paper. I will follow a line, on paper, anywhere it wants to go - with peace and joy.
Intaglio, zinc plate. 24"H x 18"W. This. print resulted from being a victim of felonious assault in Cleveland Ohio while I was becoming both a professional artist and a single parent. February 1979.
YOUNG GIRL EATING POMEGRANATES
Acrylic, 24"H x 18 "W. There are some foods that must be eaten privately in to be enjoyed fully with lust. The pomegranate is such a fruit for this young woman.
"Life without festivals is like a
long road without inns"