Category Archives: Women Behaving Badly

Toni Morrison – Women Behaving Badly – Part 2

In the 1980s, Toni Morrison had been going through the recorded history of slavery and came across something that disturbed her. Ina  newspaper clipping about runaway slaves was the story of a woman who did the unthinkable. When it was clear that she would be captured, she killed her own child. She said that she […]

Toni Morrison – Women Behaving Badly – Part 1

You know what I love most about this series? I love delving into the lives of the women I get to paint. Many of them, I had heard of, but didn’t really know what they were famous for. Take Toni Morrison, for example. Growing up, I knew that she was  a famous African American Author. […]

Putting the Story Back in History

When I was in school, I did not do well in history class. I mean, I did well enough to pass, but I didn’t get why we needed the course. It was all names and dates of people and places that seemed to have no relevance to my life. Now that I’m older, I see […]

A Response to Bigotry

There has been a lot of horribleness in the news lately. There have been shootings, bombs, vehicular homicides…. The amount of violence, especially in places long considered safe has been overwhelming. The thing that hits us the hardest, though, is the undercurrent of racism and bigotry that has risen to the surface. Many people are […]

Focusing on Women Behaving Badly – 50% off Sale on Synesthesia

I have recently come to a decision about my business. I wish to concentrate on my series Women Behaving Badly. I have spent the last year working on various projects for clients, and while it has been rewarding, I fear it has taken me away from my true passion. The Women Behaving Badly series has […]

Vote for me – Small Business Grant

Hi everyone, I’ve been taking a break from blogging for a while. I am far more visual than I am wordy, so at times, I just focus on the images. There are some new ones I want to share with you, but first, I have something to tell you about. I recently applied for a small […]

Battling Unconscious Biases with Art

I may have mentioned this before but I love listening to podcasts. My list seems to grow every month as more, interesting series come to my attention. I stared listening to Radio Lab a few years ago and it was like my gateway drug. Podcasts allow me to insert information into my brain while I […]

Teaching at Girls Inc.

Afro Triangle is working with Girls Inc. to teach young girls about the women who have shaped our society and our world. History lessons meet art lessons.

A Little Different – Burmese Food in Denver

Have you ever tried Burmese Food? Do you want to? The opportunity to do so is coming up in just over a week. November 12th at the Spring Institute.

New Venue for WBB – The Blair Caldwell Library

Women Behaving Badly is moving to the Blair Caldwell Library! Meet the Artist on Saturday, November 12th from 2:30 to 4:30 pm. See you there!

Career Panel with High Schoolers

I will be talking to High School Students about a career in the arts. I wish I had had this information when I was a kid. Things would have been easier.

Goodbye Coffee at The Point

My art is leaving Coffee at The Point and moving on to the next space. Starting October 26th, I will be at the Blair Caldwell Library.

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