This week, you should have been able able to stroll through the Hutson Gallery at the Chester County Art Association in West Chester, PA, taking in the sight of over 50 oil paintings of fantastic women. My Inspirational Solo exhibition was scheduled three years ago. I knew then that I wanted to produce a collection that would make a difference. Instead, our planet is fighting a deadly virus.

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For my solo, I chose to paint incredible, strong women. These are women who overcame hardships, broke records and blazed trails, shattering glass ceilings along the way.
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As you may remember, this is the gallery where last year I showed the massive portrait of my son, “Polypharmacized: The Face of Autism,” created from over 1,200 prescription pill bottles --- and, "Pretty Boy," a male peacock cardboard dress modeled at the show's opening by the lovely drag queen, Amie Vanite. Both pieces, sending strong messages.

With the number of U.S. COVID-19 deaths exceeding 80,000, it is imperative that we protect one another by continuing to social distance. I will see your smiling faces when the skies clear. Sign up for my monthly newsletter to learn about new show dates. Be safe. xo