One in the series of Our Child. This series represents the children taken at our border and imprisoned from 2018 to the present. This image is from a news photo taken of a very young boy looking out the fenced window of a cage.
This is one of the series Our Child about imprisoning innocent immigrant children. This is of a very young girl, around 3 years old, with wild curly black hair with such questioning eyes. Don’t turn away.
Portrait from the Our Child series of Immigrant children separated from their parents at the border and imprisoned throughout the U.S. from 2018 to the present. This series can be uncomfortable as it invokes a human natural response to protect our children.
The Shells are larger on Fort Morgan beach. The curves and designs of nature are intriguing and show differently in white than in grey or black. The sand is so soft it collects in a way that leaves flowing and weaving edges as the edge of each wave leaves.
The skirts of Latina dancers of Mexico, U.S. southwest, and Spain are so beautiful and dynamic. This unusual arial perspective is one of my favorites. It was my first piece as I emerged from a long absence from doing art.