I Have The Right is title and premise of a powerful upcoming exhibition that I am excited and proud to be a part of. The theme covers the right to be free, to express oneself, to dream and to love. Sculpting Carole was a turning point for me--an important moment in my life and in hers. I'm ecstatic to finally have her in an exhibition locally. I'd love for you to join me at I Have The Right, presented by PICTURE Art Foundation on November 16 from 5-8pm at Cal State Dominguez Hills.
In the Studio
Since January Sara has come a long way although I am only able to work with her a few hours a week- mostly on Saturdays and Sundays, as she is the most loved and in demand model in LA. The clay is starting to tell me I'm finished, whether I like it or not. I'm not sure what material I am going to cast it in yet, and ultimately my goal is to work with elements of it. In other words, this is not the final piece just part of the process...
The Picture Cultural Art Center
I just received news that my work has been accepted for The Picture Cultural Art Center's show Love, Faith, Shame, Hope. I don't have all the details yet, but the venue is on the Cal State Dominguez Hills campus in Carson. The Opening Reception will either be the week of April 25 or the week of May 5. I'll post an update soon! This sculpture of Amy & Ruby is dear to me. Amy modeled for a number of sculptures, including one of the Lifesize Pieces of Women I Love. I followed her life (and her body) through her pregnancy and birth, and am honored to call her my friend. It's perfect that this particular piece was selected under the category of LOVE for this show. Thank you Amy.