Rain, first created at Ometti Studio in Florence, Italy while I was pregnant with my first son, and later a version of it was bought by a Canadian luxury condominium developer. It is a large scale (12′ cubed) installation made up of crystal, glass, and plexiglass beads on acrylic thread, suspended under a large sky light. It is probably my most well know work, and has been published in various international design magazines, and a myriad blogs.
These are some of my ink and gouache paintings, mostly completed in 2008-2009. They are themed around the idea of offering and sacrifice, through the decadent setting of a table or preparation of a meal or cake. To individual degrees, each work teeters between beauty and ruin
The following collages, paintings, and sculptures are from my solo show: A Reciprocal Wild at Woman Made Gallery. The sculptural work focused on the witchiness between object and body, and referenced Russian tea kettles, the moon, and legs. The collages in this show combined dishes, earthy textures, and goddess like figures, all titled Witches.