Work > Good Girl: Fingers Crossed

Drifting Away
Oil and acrylic on canvas
48 x 60 inches
2019
Finding Nero the Black Kitten
Oil on canvas
58 x 96 inches (diptych)
2019
Everyone is going to come after me.
Oil and acrylic on canvas
60 x 48 inches
2019
Holding Hands
Oil on canvas, glitters
8 x 12 inches
2019
April is the cruelest month.
Oil on canvas, glitters
48 x 48 inches
2019
Magic Light
Oil on canvas, glitters
30 x 24 inches
2019
Talking About Spring
Oil on canvas, glitters
48 x 48 inches
2019
End of Spring Break
Oil on canvas
48 x 48 inches
2019
Mini Fingers Crossed (Pink Blue)
Oil on canvas, glitters
12 x 10 inches
2019
Mini Fingers Crossed (Mink Black)
Oil on canvas, glitters
12 x 10 inches
2019
Fingers Crossed: Sunset at the Panama City Beach
Oil on canvas, glitters
70 x 60 inches
2019
Fingers Crossed: Sunset at a Dreamy Field
Oil on canvas, glitters
70 x 60 inches
2019

Good Girl: Fingers Crossed (2019)

“Good Girl: Fingers Crossed” is a group of paintings illuminating the coexistence of two conflicting emotions – childlike excitement and the bittersweet feeling for the transience of life. This body of work was inspired by the first line of T.S. Eliot’s The Wasteland “April is the cruelest month.” The verse resonated with me as it expresses the temporary nature of spring, which I connected to one’s childhood, a short and vibrant season of growth.