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As early as 1976, I was making large format watercolors - perhaps because I am 5'10" - Perhaps because of the appeal of the rubbery shapes of a larger pool of pigmented water.
In the 1990's I wanted the characters and narratives of my watercolors to enter the viewer's space (like sculpture) unglazed, in a shaped format, often in relief. A painting as an object.
Looking for women's strengths has been the subject of all my drawings and painting.
The 2005 exhibit has the theme of collecting art (referring to my African art collection) of being surrounded by others' art; and how it changes the collector with its affecting presence.