Acrylic & ink on canvas, 40x30
*Award Recipient, "Art in the time of Coronavirus & Social Distancing", Circle Foundation, Lyon, France, 2020
As COVID19 continues to penetrate our lives in ways we never expected, it is forcing us to experience life in a different way. In these trying times, I find many of us seem to be attuning ourselves to things like nature, breath, neighbors...things that before we took for granted or ignored. Today, those things mean the world.
I continue to tune-in to the things that matter and tune out a bit the invasive noise. I'm also continuing to balance my use with technology as it is tempting to use it in higher quantities these days. I'm careful to enjoy real experiences and remember to get out and nature, hear the birds and see and experience things in person.
Here is an article written by research journalists from The Guardian Titled "Tip of the Iceberg: is our destruction of nature responsible for COVID-19?"
Acts of repetition and patterning are continuous and very centering in her creative journey and come through meticulous, and purposefully drawn, symbols mixed with binary code (ones and zeroes) clustered, repetitive, and tightly organized.
These manifest her anxiety over our physical world disappearing and being replaced or filtered by technology and virtual reality. Perhaps her nostalgia for how life was before technology comes into play, and is part of the reason she is so hypersensitive to present-day life circumstances on this planet.
*works are sold unframed unless specified. Pictures shown with frame are for display purposes only.