I fluctuate between textiles, felting, collage and others but I have for over thirty years kept steady with watercolor media. I have always felt most comfortable drawing upon my life's experiences surrounded in a surrealistic theme. To me, my art has always been the manifestation of my internal emotional processes. I know no other way. It has always been the process, the rendering of my emotional reflections which promotes my growth.
For our second year of Fiestas Fridas SF (he)Art exhibit, we ask artists to explore the concept of “In Lak'ech Ala K'in” as it relates to Frida’s experience or to the artists’ relationship with Frida, as inspiration and motivation to produce (he)Art despite the obstacles and setbacks in life; approaching reality, no matter how ugly, with positive responses from a place of giving. The Mayan law of In Lak'ech Ala K'in “Mi otro yo”, (meaning “I am another you” or “I am you, and you are me”), is…See More