The Venus of Willendorf is a mere 4.4 inches tall, made of limestone. It was discovered in Willendorf, Austria around 25,000 years ago. My drawing of this treasured historic figurine exaggerates her size and celebrates her universality as the Goddess she is considered to be. Dimensions 32w x 40”h MediumConté colláge on toned paper
Dimensions72″w x 42″h MediumCharcoal conte pastel colláge on toned paper
The first time I visited Big Talbot Island it was at dusk and I saw this tree standing on the beach—majestic and captivating in its starkness. It was the beginning of my eight-year artistic love affair with this magical place. Dimensions42″w x 60″h MediumCharcoal, conte, pastel drawing on toned paper Framed
Metamorphosis….Bound came about as a result of my outrage at the abhorrent ritual of female genital mutilation of young girls—still practiced in some African, Asian and Middle East countries. The concept is rooted in an attempt to control women’s sexuality, thereby preventing their full unobstructed metamorphosis and full equality as they mature into womanhood. Dimensions72″ w x…
Dimensions 42″w x 72″h MediumCharcoal conte pastel colláge drawing on toned paper – Framed
Dimensions30″w x 42″h MediumAcrylic, mixed media collage on canvas.