HerStories Shrine

Installations

                     " These works are created with my largest fence panels that are arranged as installation works in the form of diptychs and triptychs. Each individual panel can be viewed as standing sculptural pieces to  experienced 'in the round' or hung  as  traditional wall hanging works of art.

                        The beauty of these particular large works is I can mix and match different narratives, as a means to expand on themes of cultural and societal issues. I am looking to embrace African American self -identity in a effort to create a positive visual lexicon of our history. My use of reclaimed large and small aged wood fences, is a symbolic reference to how fences keep people in and out, just as racial and gender identities can do the same socially."

                

Brown Girl Dreaming
Brown Girl Dreaming

2020 67x32 Reclaimed wood Fence Mixed Media/Collage Available via Long Sharp Gallery

All the Stars
All the Stars

2020 71x32 Reclaimed wood Fence Mixed Media/Collage Available via Long Sharp Gallery

Still Here
Still Here

2020 71x53 Reclaimed wood Fence Mixed Media/Collage

This is Me!
This is Me!

2020 71x53 Reclaimed wood Fence Mixed Media/Collage Available via Long Sharp Gallery

Weeksville Lady's Legacy
Weeksville Lady's Legacy

NFS

Weeksville Heritage
Weeksville Heritage

NFS

All the Stars
All the Stars

2020 71x30 Mixed Media collage on reclaimed Fence Work Available through Long Sharp Gallery

Brothers in the Mist
Brothers in the Mist

74x72 Available through Galerie Myrtis

She Has Risen
She Has Risen

71x31 Mixed Media collage on reclaimed Fence Available through : Long Sharp Gallery