Mixed media, Fetish fashion paintings, exhibited at San Fransisco's Fetish Ball, and the Glass Garage gallery Los Angeles
Mixed media paintings, acrylic paint, pencil, gold leaf, oil paint. These works are of strong, hell bent on survival, accomplished and determined ladies. I paint them because I have too, its that simple
Cowgirl.---Confidently considering the next move
Recline. Reclining in comfort but still tethered to the past
Civil War Circus---Civil War Circus is really about divorce, the very delicate balance of any relationship, and the ambiguity of the image one projects. The hands in this instance are an unwanted presence but an unavoidable instance. She carries a weapon for protection, a three-pointed hat to project humor, a contrary mix of clothing to show indecision. She is what she needs to be in order to survive.
Beau-----Strong and contemplative with a protective outer shell.
Hmm, nice boots girl----A simple admiration in a complex moment.
Captured harlequin---One caught in the body of another, trying to escape to be their own identity.
Devotional Aspiration--- All caught up with their own perspective on life.
Curator---Looking after all things of importance.
Gilda---Strength in capture
For the want of a chocolate----Succumbing to a simple desire
Suitor---Affection from the unknown
Goya----The darkness of survival. Is it a helping hand or is it an attempt to disarm.
Tin Soldier---Refusing to be dragged into a situation.
Harlequin---The court jester masked and unmasked.
Malevolence---Capturing whilst being protected
Chinois----The Beautiful Elegance of complete security.
Waitress----playing with her emotions and controlling the lives of others.
There so cute can I have one---The circus comes to town. I had been working for Disney on Tinker Bell’s home of Pixie Hollow, and I drifted off and found a carnival approach of strange magical trees in a saturated landscape. The two main characters are the Ring Mistress for the Carnival, and the Protector of Innocence. The two girls dancing in the ball are a portrayal of captive innocence being dragged forth into the unknown; the lady with the knife is protecting them from whatever lies ahead in the unknown, but she probably wants one for her own more than she should.