“She Persisted” Solo Show 

Thank you for visiting my virtual art show “She Persisted”! This series of work advocates for social justice for women and children and explores women’s rights from Suffrage to present day. This series would have hung at Monmouth University , but COVID-19 changed all our plans. Vaune Peck, Director of the Arts at Monmouth, suggested online show instead. Here it is! See videos of each painting with commentary and music. Enjoy!

“Election 2016,” 60″x60,” encaustic mixed media with lights, 2017    Learn more here.

“Malala and Maria,” 60″x60,” encaustic mixed media, 2013     Learn more here.

“Wendy and Hillary,”60”x60”, encaustic with crystals,  2013  Learn more here.

 “Women’s March 2017″, 60″x96,”  encaustic with crystals and lights,2017  Learn more here.

“Suffragist and Zombies,” encaustic mixed media, 60″x60″  Learn more here.

“Old Film, New Film,” encaustic mixed media, 60″x60″  Learn more here.

“Tbe Story of the Ham,” encaustic mixed media, 60″x60″  Learn more here.

“Ida B Wells,” encaustic mixed media, 60″x60″  Learn more here.

“Sandy Hook,” encaustic mixed media, 60″x60″  Learn more here.

“Border Crisis,” encaustic mixed media, 60″x60″  Learn more here.

“Suffrage Cat,” encaustic mixed media, 60″x60″  Learn more here.

Bonus Videos!
Learn about the history of encaustic paint  and see a PBS spot on my art!

 

 

Learn more about “Encaustic” the video here.

Thank  you WETA and PBS for your spot about me, my Suffrage paintings, and how I paint with encaustic! It’s an honor to be part of WETA Arts!