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12OF12X12

In that past, I’ve created art as a way to process, cope, mourn and understand. I am drawn to artists that make me think, question, and explore. Art has a magical way of reframing complex issues in a completely different manner. Art can help make sense of senseless situations. I turned 45 this year, and have decided to embark on a journey. My goal is to spend more time listening, digesting and creating; and to share this journey with others. So, in 2019, I have created the 12of12x12 project. For this project, I will create one new piece of art each month and each piece will consist of an edition of twelve. The body of work, will focus on the world around me and explore themes of patriotism, race, equity, justice and human connection.

Manufactured Majority

February 2019

Manufactured Majority is the second piece of the 12OF12X12 project.

Previous Projects

Below are previous projects that went beyond a single element. What I have noticed is that most of my art has involved some level of sharing and broader engagement/participation. My hope is that 12of12x12 is the same.

Exposed Leadership  is about life. This is about the lessons being taught all around any given day. This is about learning to see, relate and apply new information as you take it in.

Exposed Leadership is about life. This is about the lessons being taught all around any given day. This is about learning to see, relate and apply new information as you take it in.

Year of Meaning  consisted of collecting art from different artists over the course of a year. The theme for this project is  community . I’ve curated the artists, but didn’t curate the art. Along with their piece, I’ve asked each artist to share a note on a 3x5 card that reflects  community .

Year of Meaning consisted of collecting art from different artists over the course of a year. The theme for this project is community. I’ve curated the artists, but didn’t curate the art. Along with their piece, I’ve asked each artist to share a note on a 3x5 card that reflects community.

Framed Perspectives  is my response to blight, sadness, and confusion. I did not believe healing would come in the form of an answer, but would surface as a result of better questions. This piece frames 154 perspectives. I know there are more, but let’s start with these.

Framed Perspectives is my response to blight, sadness, and confusion. I did not believe healing would come in the form of an answer, but would surface as a result of better questions. This piece frames 154 perspectives. I know there are more, but let’s start with these.