Elementary - High School Sewn Paintings Early Performances The 1976 All American Glamour Kitty Pageant The 1976 All American Glamour Kitty Pageant Show Great Goddesses Along The Road
Terrorist Kitty and Erma Metal Reliefs Sculpture Installations 1984 NAME Show - Chicago Mid 80's 1989 Chicago Wall Frames Along The Road
Metal Drawings and Books Waterloo Art Center Exhibit Brochure Homeless Drawings 1986-91 Bemis 1993 Bed Shoe Home YWCA Windows 95 Wisdom Picture Pillow Story 1971-2007 Prints Along The Road
Blind in Portugal Blind in New York City Migration and Fatigue Workshift Slow Dip Steady Drip Metal Notes and Books 1979-2009 Homeless Notes Morton's Salt and a Semester at Sea Quality Chef BCISUC In the Studio Along the Road
BED SHOE HOME BED SHOE HOME WORKSHOPS Pathetic and Pitiful Kama Kama Corner (Un)Seen Work: Part 1 (Un)Seen Work: Part 2 (Un)Seen Work: Part 3 The Architecture of Migration Along The Road In the Studio
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Wall Frames

Beulah Diptych, drawing on metal by Beulah N. Homeless Shelter, Venice, Ca. Tabernacle Shelter Project, 8 x10, frames embossed metal and roofing metal, 1987

1980's Wall Frames

In the late 1980s after working on my first community-based projects with small groups in homeless shelters in New York Washington, D.C., Los Angeles, and Iowa I needed time alone in the studio to think about how to process what wed done so far. The long-term vision was to make major public installations showing the work from the shelter and giving credit to all involved. This body of work I call wall frames. I used the old roof torn off my home and related found materials to encase found notes on metal and images from past work. The frames are really the pieces. The shrine turned house turned framing device became more and more related to issues public and private, of identity and dislocation.
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