Recent Works

2010 - current

Inner Stories, Ancient Myths
Ophelia
Ophelia

Mixed media on board, 30 x 48" Shakespeare's "Ophelia"

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Out of Khaos Came Gaia
Out of Khaos Came Gaia

Mixed media on board, 48 x 30" “Earth, the beautiful, rose up, Broad-bosomed, she that is the steadfast base Of all things. And fair Earth first bore The starry Heaven, equal to herself, To cover her on all sides and to be A home forever for the blessed gods.” ~The Greek poet Hesiod

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Rimbaud's Ophelia
Rimbaud's Ophelia

Mixed media on board, 30 x 48" Rimbaud's "Ophelia" from his poem by the same name.

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Persephone, section 1 of diptych
Persephone, section 1 of diptych

Mixed media on board, 30 x 30" section 1 of diptych Based on a poem by Edna St. Vincent Millay – Prayer to Persephone Be to her, Persephone, All the things I might not be: Take her head upon your knee. She that was so proud and wild, Flippant, arrogant and free, She that had no need of me, Is a little lonely child Lost in Hell,—Persephone, Take her head upon your knee: Say to her, “My dear, my dear, It is not so dreadful here.”

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Persephone, section 2 of diptych
Persephone, section 2 of diptych

Mixed media on board, 30 x 18" section 2 of diptych Based on a poem by Edna St. Vincent Millay – Prayer to Persephone Be to her, Persephone, All the things I might not be: Take her head upon your knee. She that was so proud and wild, Flippant, arrogant and free, She that had no need of me, Is a little lonely child Lost in Hell,—Persephone, Take her head upon your knee: Say to her, “My dear, my dear, It is not so dreadful here.”

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Persephone, diptych
Persephone, diptych

Mixed media on board, 30 x 48" diptych Based on a poem by Edna St. Vincent Millay – Prayer to Persephone Be to her, Persephone, All the things I might not be: Take her head upon your knee. She that was so proud and wild, Flippant, arrogant and free, She that had no need of me, Is a little lonely child Lost in Hell,—Persephone, Take her head upon your knee: Say to her, “My dear, my dear, It is not so dreadful here.”

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Magnolia
Magnolia

Mixed media on board, triptych (3) 8 x 8" panels “Like the magnolia tree, She bends with the wind, Trials and tribulation may weather her, Yet, after the storm her beauty blooms, See her standing there, like steel, With her roots forever buried, Deep in her Southern soil.” ― Nancy B. Brewer

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Narcissus and Echo
Narcissus and Echo

Walnut ink, vintage handmade paper, 12 x 16"

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Lily of the Vale
Lily of the Vale

Walnut ink handmade vintage paper, 12 x 18"

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