ac-35a773f375cdfe.jpgMy work often shows men and women in contemporary settings dealing with time, career, money, distraction, and media in all forms.  I do not create political art, so when I found myself with a piece that appeared to be a women’s protest piece, I was surprised.  In the process of creating a piece that was meant to be simply contemporary women in an urban setting, it became obvious that it was more than that.  As it turns out, I unconsciously placed the women in strong and defiant poses. Even the hats took on an iconic meaning. This piece flowed from me unexpectedly and effortlessly, and I felt that I must honor it.

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