The Red Carpet Project
The Red Carpet Project evolved from a conversation between artists in my studio space. We all realized we had at least one painting which depicts an aspect of woman abuse.
Our hope with combined artistic elements of this show at G1/CW gallery is to provoke discussions about how great an impact the loss of so many women has on our lives and our communities.
The Red Carpet Project, a multi-genre collaboration, presents artists' depictions of femininity and strength, and humanizes the memories of women felled by domestic violence.
October is Domestic Violence Awareness month and my intent is that the canvas roll, paintings and play which comprise The Red Carpet Project create an artistically provocative environment which inspires conversations about misogyny and its effect on our lives.
Please consider donating on our IOBY page: https://www.ioby.org/project/red-carpet-project
Relocation and hiatus
I've relocated to a beautiful city, and am focusing on writing as I haven't studio space yet.
The really great news is that my script, IN SHELTER, will be workshopped at Sacramento's B Street Theatre 16-22 April 2018.
Women In The Arts
I'm one of 4 women artists showing work at OPAL's satellite gallery Prairie Title in Oak Park. Our works will be on display until 8 December. If you have the opportunity to stop by, please do so. I'm honored to be sharing space with these talented ladies.
Wonderful News from OPAL!
I've been accepted as an Artist Member of the Oak Park Art League OPAL!
Learn more at: http://www.oakparkartleague.org/