disko, an original archival ink drawing from my recent summer show, here we are. this is the final post of my 30 original drawings from my first solo exhibition, a show about the individuality, commonality and feelings of women. You can find this work and the remaining original works still available in my big cartel shop here. I would love you to take a look and hope you will find one that speaks to you in particular. Thanks so much for your interest and enjoy these last long summer days!
1973, an original archival ink drawing from my recent show, here we are. sold. 1973 was an important year for women. let's not go backwards to the dark ages before women had any rights or were even considered 'persons' legally. let's remember that that was not even 100 years ago, and in many countries, women still do not have many basic rights we take for granted. let's keep educating ourselves. let's stop regulating women's bodies, and a woman's right to choose and to legally have control/governance over her own body. let's progress, let's strive for fairness and equality, let's keep fighting for and let's keep talking about women's rights globally. let's not be afraid of feminism, let's keep talking about what feminism is and what it means. i am a pro-choice mother of two boys i love and adore. i am a feminist. i am a woman. i am a person.
go look at your eyes, they're full of moon, an original archival ink drawing from my recent show, here we are. the title is a lyric from Joni Mitchell's song 'the last time i saw richard', the last track from her 1971 album, Blue. sold.