If life were a photo, then my artwork would be its negative, seeking to explore those aspects in our society that have been ignored or forgotten such as history, lynching, misogyny, womyn, slavery and suicide. By “printing” these forgotten negatives, I give voice to the marginalized people and disregarded aspects of our society. For me art is my form of “social work” and I use it to open doorways to community dialog, which is the first step to healing, which in itself leads to wider
Conceptual exploration of various social and historical issues utilizing bronze, textiles, charcoal, ceramics and other mixed media materials with a community-based and interactive twist.
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Masters of Fine Arts in Sculpture, 2004
School of the Art Institute of Chicago
Fine Art Post-Baccalaureate Studies
Georgia State University
January 1998 – May 2002
Bachelors of Art in Communications and English (Creative Writing), 1995
The University of Michigan
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