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I can’t help but think we all know we are artists by the time we’re 4 or 5. We feel like outsiders, witnesses, people who respond to color, to sounds, breath, perhaps to past lives. That awareness compelled me to learn the skills–and be good at them–that I would need to create a life in the arts.

Why Did She Choose Ceilbacy?

In 230 AD Christian mysticism allowed women to choose celibacy and therefore free themselves from the evil, excessive, falling-apart-chaotic era of The Roman Empire; life became an either-or choice.

THE GODS ARE UNHAPPY: DECIUS’S EDICT

In 250AD the Emperor Decius decided starvation, lack of public morality, and war was not causing problems in Rome, rather the problems had arisen because the gods had abandoned Rome. Therefore, citizens needed to demonstrate their piety by sacrificing and animal.

MENDING BROKEN HEARTS AND ART

To make the Broken Heart prints, I collapsed a 3-D heart sculpture that I made out of paper and used the collapsed heart as a collagraph plate before stitching story onto the paper with silk threads.

A FEW THINGS ABOUT VESTAL VIRGINS

While tracking down the thread of S. Vittoria, a Late Antiquity Roman saint, it helps to look at the historical and psychological aspects of the Vestal Virgins.

BREAKING FREE OF TIME AND SPACE( Following Santa Vittoria)

Time and Space disappear when following the trail of Late Antiquity woman, S. Vittoria.

Stitching on Monoprints

Taking an additional step: adding stitching thread, gold leaf and text to a mono print.

The Darker Side of the Artist’s Psyche

In- process, the artist discovers images and meaning that are not the original intent.

The Pandora Light

The Pandora Light is fashioned from sidewalk print of the Harvard Science Center.; the outside walls are painted with sea creatures, the perceived underworld; the inside is painted with images of germs, the unseen underworld.

The Prometheus Lights

The Prometheus Lights are made from sidewalk prints of the sidewalks around the Harvard University Science Center at the foot of Oxford and Kirkland Streets in Cambridge, Massachusetts.

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