Anyway, since it's her birthday, I thought I'd post her show profile and a few of her pieces today.
She views her art as an expression of the spiritual exploration of herself and the Universe around her. She embraces the divine through Goddess inspired energy, translating it into a vibrant, primitive outpouring. She enjoys using bold, bright colors that leap from the surface and grab your attention, drawing you deeper into the work to find layers of color and movement - some subtle, others quite obvious.
Whatever her creative medium, she enjoys working with a variety of symbols, shapes, and styles, including the flowing grace and ancient beauty of Celtic knot-work, bringing her own modern flair and interpretation to a centuries-old craft.
She has recently crossed mediums and begun expressing her creativity with fused dichroic glass. She is excited to incorporate her original art into some of her pieces. She is always striving, seeking, grasping for the next evolutionary explosion of her art - you never know what new medium or obsession will fill her studio next!
As well as her work at the GHCA, K has painted several murals at Zoo Atlanta and Georgia State University and has several album covers to her credit.
One of my favourite of K's pieces hanging in this show - I call it Aurora. It reminds me of photos I've seen of the Northern Lights. Watercolor.
This one's called Shakti, and I dig her hair. Acrylic on canvas.
Call me crazy, but I just don't think it's right when your art is staring back at you... Acrylic on canvas.
Feminine Divine. Acrylic on canvas.
That's a good start, I think. Happy birthday, sister-of-my-heart!