These works were sparked by a fable called nails in the fence about an angry child. I considered the times my anger has stained another and the times my fire has been snuffed out. This led me to question why in our society it is more acceptable for a man to lose their temper than a woman. It seems to me a little unfair that I should be allowed no fire in this life because of my gender. I decided one must choose the fire they feed, the one that tempers, or the one that destroys.
This exhibition was held at The Yellow Brick Studio Artspace, all works are mixed media on board.
white washed – enamel and fire on board -SOLD
into the fire -mixed media and fire on board – SOLD
mirror mirror – mixed media and wax on board – SOLD
the temper triptych 1 oil and found objects
3 – SOLD
the big lie – enamel and fire on board – SOLD
crucify – mixed media, wax and fire on board – SOLD
thoughts for pele – mixed media on board – SOLD
resting in grey – encaustic and oil on board (sold)
holding temper – wax and oil on board – SOLD
ten thousand times – oil, wax, enamel and found objects on board
losing temper – wax oil and found objects on board – SOLD
“casualty” encaustic and mixed media on paper – SOLD