Changing Acts 1988- 1992
Houston, March 1992
By experiencing the transformation of how I see myself, I have begun the transformation of the world I see.
I could not fully understand certain things of the world, its people and their suffering, their conflicts, or even my full potential of life itself, until I experienced these same currents and truths inside myself.
Intermittency 1993- 2001
These works clearly project my life as I respond to cultural qualms at this time, yet oblivious of any given direction. During this time, I served as board member of the Cultural Arts Council of Houston (Minority Affairs Committee), Houston Women’s Caucus for Art and WIVLA (Women in the Visual and Literary Arts).
Joint Exhibits – Sporadic shows at Houston Women’s Caucus for Art, Lawndale Art and Performance Center (Dia de los Muertos), Houston Area Women’s Center and WIVLA.
Motherhood 2004- 2005
Motherhood is a career worth living for…
To me in particular, it is art, and its product a masterpiece: In general, art has been a way of life for my own children.
They took swimming lessons with me at three months and joined a co-op at eighteen months. From preschool on, I became a full-fledged PTA member, volunteering as Homeroom Mom, listening to kindergarteners read, teaching art history as well as arts and crafts in elementary school.