Tag Archives: mixed media

Gogo Yubari Prints on Sale

Just in Time for Halloween You may (or may not) have noticed some activity on my website recently. I have done a complete redesign, which I hope will make the user experience much easier. (If this is not the case, please let me know.) I have also added some products, many of which are on […]

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 […]

What I Learned from Doing Festivals – Part One

Hi everyone! It has been AGES since I’ve written to you here. I will admit that I had a bit of a writing slump this past year. I had a hard time putting words together. But I am back now and I have some things I am excited to tell you about! For now, I […]

SOLD!

The capoeira painting “Race Brasileira” is no longer available. If you have been coveting other pieces from that series, I suggest you make some moves. Folks are starting to stake their claims. There are ten paintings left. You can find them here on the website.

Open House at Movement Ritual

Save the date! Come Move! ········· Tuesday April 4th 2017 6:30pm – 8:30pm ········· Movement Ritual is hosting an open house, join us for an evening of Movement, Art & Fun! Get your ticket to secure a spot in the free movement class! More details soon! ·········   Afro Triangle will be on site with […]

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 […]

Women Behaving Badly at First Baptist Church of Denver

The Women Behaving Badly series by Denver artist Adri Norris celebrates female leaders, activists, and innovators in a variety of fields. From worker’s rights to Bluetooth technology, Title 9 to the Nobel Peace Prize, these women profoundly shaped our modern world. Whether you’ve been following the series from day one or are encountering the work for the first time, you don’t want to miss this!

SOLD!

Good morning all! I thought I’d share with you some pieces I no longer have because I sold them last night. If your favorite is not on this list, come see me at Mini Comic Con at the Sam Gary Branch Library. I will be there today from 10am to 4pm.

Rigoberta Menchu Tum

Who is she? Rigoberta Menchu Tum is a K’iche’ political activist, an indigenous Guatemalan woman who promotes indigenous rights and fights for the rights of women in her country. After losing most of her family to the Guatemalan civil war, which lasted form 1960 to 1996, Menchu worked tirelessly to bring the perpetrators of that […]

Shirley Chisholm

  I may or may not be done with this painting, but I’ve been sitting on it for two weeks now, so I’m showing it to you. If you have any suggestions for how I could make it better, I’m all ears. Who was she? Shirley Chisholm was an American politician, educator and author who […]

Hedy Lamarr

Who was she? Hedy Lamarr was an Austrian actress who became an Hollywood film star from the 1930s to 1950s. What did she do? Often cast at the sexy starlet with very few lines, Lamarr became bored with her acting roles, so she turned to invention to keep her mind occupied. She began with an […]

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