Size: 24"W x 30"H x 2"D
Year Created: 2016
Ready to Hang
What’s going on here? We were laying in the sun, catching some rays…put the music up in the studio and listened to some good old rock-n-roll. She’s pretty… she likes her music loud and the margarita’s strong. Before long she was topless and running around in just her towel and then, when she was stretching in the shade of the giant maple tree, I spotted her tattoo. Cracked me up. Her bravery inspired.
She has been through a lot in her life, sometimes she felt bad for having the target on her back...then one day she saw it in a new light. Her scars, her pain from living was now a colorful, shield. The shield of a warrior. So, she put sparkles in her hair, a saucy skirt that made her feel good as she walked and went into the world, proud and stronger than ever before.
Heather has oil paintings and artworks around the globe, as she has been working for almost 20 years in 2017. Her vibrant following, is a beloved group of humans that continue to inspire her to new heights. Her work, focused on the exploration/growth of the human soul. She is devoted to the creation of authentic resonance, with her viewers. She imaginatively expresses the human condition with her provocative, figurative art works. Her abstract works are derived from her lucid dream-state. These intuitive paintings question the boundaries of healing, mind, body and soul. She loves to run social art experiments, like her Brave Heart Art Project. (name your own price paintings) A lover of rich color, movement and freedom, her landscape artworks are juicy. Deeply lush in color and spiritual . Divining the role the planet plays in the act of universal healing, soothing the rough edges of life, inviting the eye to play in the shadows and glory in the light. Many of her patrons have reported, over the years: long-lasting good vibes, healing energies, feelings of being loved and life affirming, episodes of bravery. She enjoy’s writing her weekly studio blog giving insight to the inner workings of a modern day artist. She also is making a name for herself as a spoken word poet and sculptress.