PISTOLS

antique pistols in flight
There is an age-old struggle in finding a balance between the natural world and the human condition. My passion for the romanticized and rugged West, where the male character is often dominant, is counterbalanced the elegance and feminine strength of Mother Nature. In these works, I explore the harmony between the mechanic & organic, the masculine & feminine, the contemporary & historic. I dive into a personal narrative. Each pieces tells its own story. Beneath the graphite and colored pencil drawings are clippings from antique publications such as American Rifleman and The Homemaker Magazine, found in the belongings of my great-grandparents.
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Daydreaming-©web
MsMorningGlory-©web
Summer Reverie
Home
Flutter
Seven for a Secret Never to Be Told
Lynn's Birds
Cactus Wrens, Nesting
Sage Winds
Mama Em
Across the Yard, They Wait
A Month of Sundays with Mary Etta
Solis Ortus Apis
Wildfire
Her Lone Star
Saturday Afternoon Lessons
Montem Apes
Mary Etta
The Governor
Dolly
Into Butterflies
Arma Botanica
Apis Nido
Fortune Teller : Mary Etta's Saint o
"washboard pistol pattern"
"dehisce"
"exhale : ma & pa"
"Apis Arma"
"dusted"
"ma & pa : exhale"
"winters"

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Ruby-throated Hummingbirds work together, using spools of thread to tie up and haul off the derringer. There is power in their numbers. The hummingbird is the only type of bird that relies solely on its own strength to hover in the air. The “dynamic performance of hummingbird wings is ‘remarkably similar’ to that of an advanced micro helicopter rotor. But the wings are up to 27% more efficient."  Graphite, colored pencil, clippings from 1949 American Rifleman, acrylic on panel, 16"x20" SOLD

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