Returning to the Studio

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After maternity leave of my third child and a global pandemic, I am returning to the studio a different artist. I've spent the last fifteen years making jewelry and I've learned and grown so much. After breaking my wrist and taking painting classes over the last year, I'm excited to say that I'm evolving back towards my roots as a fine artist and seeking out larger scale commissions.


First step, refreshed artist statement:

By creating organic forms and natural textures using industrial materials my art explores the intersection of biology, technology and the consequences of a hyper-industrialized society on evolution and the environment. As a sculptor, educator, business woman and interdisciplinary commission based artist, my work focuses on creating meaningful, lasting, healing beauty for all to enjoy.


This piece is from a conceptual Valentine's Day show I was invited to this year.  An annual tradition running now through April 23 at the Greenleaf Art Center in Rogers Park, Chicago, IL. Here's 168 Ways to Donate in Support of Black Lives and Communities of Color. You can also, register to vote here.

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