Monthly Archives: July 2012

I was delighted to be mentioned in a Boston Globe review of the Part Avion Project! I was so honored last year when project coordinator Ann Forbush invited me to be one of 25 artists from Boston to participate in...
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Artists in the 90’s use the body to create spiritual art experiences. One of the major spiritual contributions to contemporary art is a renewed focus on the body, especially by artists in the nineties. The relationship between the physical body...
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In the absence of organized religion, I turn to art.   Rothko Chapel (1971) by Mark Rothko, Houston, TX Growing up in the Mormon faith, I was taught that happiness could only be achieved by active adherence to Mormon tenants....
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