Here pictured is my beloved studio space in DC Arts Studios, in Takoma, where I spent four years growing roots at a professional artist. The chapter ended with less fanfare than I had hoped.
The featured work is titled “Femme Flag,” and it is the result of a project that started with painting forty flowers. It is oil paint on unstretched, unprimed canvas, measuring 3×5 feet with a sewn golden fringe.
Now before you label me as a terf, let me speak further. I celebrate the divine feminine that exists inside all humans. Her genius, her might, her resilience, her gentle strength, her bounty is sorely needed.
It is time to call our banners.
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It was a good four years.
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