April and May featured art shows for my girls: “He Spit His Whole Chew On My New Dress” & “The Girl Who Eloped Next Door”. Thanks to ART214-City if Dallas, South Dallas Cultural Center and The Latino Cultural Center for selecting my fabric art in 2018!
Thanks as well to my new and old friends for your support, encouragement and presence at these art exhibitions.
**June is shaping up as the month for my fabric art pieces featuring men. Stay tuned**
“Negro Traveler’s Green Book” piece for a Juneteenth show. This one is more of a tribute than artistic endeavor. I used burlap on one corner to house the Jim Crow signage and subliminally speak to transitioning from Country-to-City life. These are family and found photos. The narrative is my original piece and not an actual slogan used in the publication.
Do you remember this necessary travel guide? It was published 1936-1967 for the whole Country and abroad.
I’m available to show and/exhibit any one of three fabric art series. Leave me a comment with your interest.