by Stacey Vallas I was so new to the world you could hold me in one hand, cup my belly, while your other arm sliced the dark saltwater, showed me how to stay afloat, to travel. I can still feel the tiny pleats of my blue bathing suit– a thousand little wings—little open pages— I’d
by Carolyn Campbell Size: 8″ x 9.5″ Medium: Digital Photo Montage Artist Statement: For me, this piece captures the unsettling moments of Self transition: When we face our own sense of identity, perception, being, and truth. When we discover our Self in a world that doesn’t fit who we know we are inside. There is a sadness.
by Carolyn Campbell Size: 10″ x 6.5″ Medium: Digital Photo Montage Artist Statement: As a coach, I am continually struck by the transformation that occurs when people shed the armor of their constructed world of ‘success’ – as all their facades crumble around them. It can feel so unsettling. And yet, it’s that moment when we fear
by Carolyn Campbell Size: 9.25″ x 6.75″ Medium: Digital Photo Montage Artist Statement: This piece bears witness to the Korean women, while honoring all women, forced into sex slavery. May the world hear their voices and pay tribute to their courage and determination to survive beyond the violence, humiliation, and isolation they were/are forced to endure by
by Sarah Laird Size: 23″ x 23″ Medium: Hand-dyed cottton, hand-pieced Artist Statement: An epiphany, a moment of realization, or a paradigm shift. You can’t go back from that movement. Each shift is built of many moments that connect into the web of a much bigger picture.