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Artist’s Statement:

“Alice in Wonderland” has been and still is one of my favorite stories since childhood.  Our heroine navigates an underground world with a rabbit where juxtaposition of shapes, images, scale and logic  mimic the perceptions encountered in defining one’s own reality. The story invites one to examine a surreal world of opposites where one can create mental exercises for amusement or for serious contemplation. Today, time continues to play those head games with me and I find myself still immersed in parallel worlds of opposites.  From a very feminine perspective, the juxtaposition of the various opposing human emotions and conditions, and the parallel worlds of opposites are my work. 

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For several years I've been intrigued with digital processes and the Giclee Print. The thought of taking my own imagery from decades past, cutting them out and recombining them into different compositions made perfect sense in terms of time and preserving my favorite metaphors and images. My work is informed by how I perceive the world and how I experience it. The oral histories and photographs I've collected over the years come together to describe parallel worlds and worlds of opposites. My hope is that the viewer will bring their own stories to the work and interpret my work in unexpected ways. 

This set of 13 giclee prints is made in an edition of 10.

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