My current paintings reflect my love of joyous whimsy & the interplay of textures & patterns.
It is a narrative form of art & I love to create a new character that takes on a life of its own, inspiring me to write a "story" for each one (included below).
"Indira was an unusual child from the start. She was always fascinated with the sixties. Her friends would tease her and call her a “born again hippie”. Her dress, her speech, her manner, everything about her was the sixties. Indira loved to dance to her beloved albums, swaying back and forth entranced in the melodic sound of the sixties.
When she was old enough she moved to Woodstock, New York so she could drink in the vibe, mediating in the now empty fields of that “oh so famous concert”.
Indira made it a point to surround herself with furnishings, fabrics, appliances and anything from that era of the past. Her sweet little cottage, built in the sixties, is perched on a hill surrounded by tall trees and a garden of flowers and vegetables.
Indira loves her life and is so grateful to be able to express herself through her love of that very special time … the sixties!"