As I settle into another year of unknowns, fight the isolation that comes with the bitter cold and dig into new work and new goals, I find myself thinking about process.… Read the rest “The Making of my Limited Edition Artist Book”
Sometimes I’ve believed as many as six impossible things before breakfast.
~ Lewis Carroll, Alice in Wonderland
My Artist Book, 2020 a visual & written retrospective, would not have happened if I had believed only in what seemed possible at the time.… Read the rest “Introducing 2020, The Artist Book”
I am always in awe of how time so often feels like it is moving so slowly but when looking back it has moved so fast.… Read the rest “Check out our NEW Artist Book featured in OnMilwaukee.com!”
We traveled by train and walked the streets of New York. We explored Central Park and the lesser known outer banks. We flew above the clouds, celebrated the beginning of my next journey around the sun, and felt like we belonged to something larger than ourselves.… Read the rest “We traveled by train…”
It was in India almost one year ago when I first learned about the Shorewood ‘Signaling History’ Public Arts Project. It was close to 5am at my family’s home in Mumbai when I hit send— I had pulled an all-nighter, along with my neice Kushi who was also working late into the night, in order to get my application in on time.… Read the rest “Signaling History”
Introducing my newest collection of tanks, tees & sweatshirts featuring my original, hand drawn ‘Woman’ and ‘Shiva’ designs and the stories they tell. One hundred years ago, on August 26, 1920, the 19th amendment granting women the right to vote was ratified and signed into the constitution.… Read the rest “The VOTE Collection”