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.
This video is about the trials & tribulations of making Ix Chel: Mayan Goddess of the Moon, oil & collage on wood by Lark Calderon-Gomez for the Sanchez Contemporary and the Damas Y Diosas exhibition, opening reception 9/3/16 from 5-8pm.
I wanted to post an image of a recent painting I've been working on. Here's a detail shot for you. It may be in the next The Near Future Ago pop-up show in late August, but I haven't decided yet. It's a personal one. I think it may be called, The Bridge. Kinda raw still emotionally for me. We'll see...Have a great Week xoSee More