Ancestral Reclamation
Ancestral Reclamation

Resin, 24kt Gold, Copper, Rose Gold, Carbon Crystals, Hair Once used a way to empower one another financially, watermelon has served as an invitation to mock and belittle Black Americans. Created with my ancestors ashes and my son's and my hair, this work aims to reclaim it's power and abolish the sad caricaturization of it in the Black community.

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Paths-of-the-Glowing-Resilience
Paths-of-the-Glowing-Resilience
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You will Survive
You will Survive

Mixed Media Sculpture: Book, 24kt Gold, Glass Bottle, Tears: This piece is made using my Grandmother's book on life after death, my tears and 24kt Gold. This is part of a series acknowleding grief, healing and letting go. Wishing to heal my sick loved one and ultimately losing them to cancer was a painful lesson that I give myself permission to feel.

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Bossio-Family-Tree
Bossio-Family-Tree
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From the Right Brain
From the Right Brain

Resin, Carbon Sugar Crystals, Sea Shell, Glass, Hair: Created with ancestral ashes, shells, hair and resin, this piece puts carbon and memory on a pedastal. Sitting on a glass lotus to represent beautiful growth from challenges, this brain in embedded with DNA from countless ancestors, lived experience and fond memories collected

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Pieces of Me
Pieces of Me

Mixed Media Mosaic from the "Carbon Copy" Series. Made by growing sugar crystals from my ancestors ashes on my dreadlocks, beads, 24kt Gold and semi precious stones.

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Universal Intelligence
Universal Intelligence

Carbon Sugar Crystals, 24kt Gold Leaf, Metal Leaf, Seashell with Epoxy Resin on Canvas Sugar crystals made from my parent's ashes are formed to create the familiar shape of a woman’s vulva, a geode and when looked at it from the side, a human eye. The eye is the door to the soul. The geode represents the woman’s womb. The vulva is the literal door to the Universe. This piece represents the feminine connection in all of us to something bigger.

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Love You Sis
Love You Sis

Mixed Media Mosaic from the "Carbon Copy" Series. Made by growing sugar crystals from my ancestors ashes, beads, 24kt Gold and semi precious stones.

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20201029_112432
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Treasures Unknown
Treasures Unknown

Mixed Media Mosaic from the "Carbon Copy" Series. Made by growing sugar crystals from my ancestors ashes, 24kt Gold and seashells (SOLD)

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Treasures Unknown (Side)
Treasures Unknown (Side)

Mixed Media Mosaic from the "Carbon Copy" Series. Made by growing sugar crystals from my ancestors ashes, 24kt Gold and seashells (SOLD)

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Family-Tree-Cropped_-Updated
Family-Tree-Cropped_-Updated
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Reflected on theLilly
Reflected on theLilly
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Amuse Bouche
Amuse Bouche

Mixed Media Wood Carving, Wood Burning and Etched Glass - This was part of the “The Design Series” which reflected the connection to the nature, golden law and conscious choice. This piece represents the power of conscious choice.

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20211006_215834_edited
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The Formula
The Formula

Mixed Media Wood Carving, Wood Burning and Etched Glass - This was part of the “The Design Series” which reflected the connection to the nature, golden law and conscious choice.

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Family-Tree-2
Family-Tree-2
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SAM MURAL - Copy
SAM MURAL - Copy
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B%2520BLM_edited_edited
B%2520BLM_edited_edited
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Malc and Me
Malc and Me
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_00004 - Copy
_00004 - Copy
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Beware the Little Things
Beware the Little Things

Mixed Media Wood Carving, Wood Burning and Etched Glass - This was part of the “The Design Series” which reflected the connection to the nature, golden law and conscious choice. This piece is about not taking the little things for granted. They can either lift you or bury you.

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Inverted Progress
Inverted Progress
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Keep it Real or Be the Fool
Keep it Real or Be the Fool

Mixed Media Mosaic- This is a mosaic sculpture piece that was part of my “The Process of Progress” series shown at Faire Gallery Café. It explores the process of grief and life by using many broken pieces and putting them back together to create something beautiful. “Keep it Real…” in explores the ability to choose authenticity or fakeness. It includes a mannequin hand with mirrored mosaic along with the offering of either Amethyst or Fools gold for the viewer to choose.

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Suspended-memories-Brighter
Suspended-memories-Brighter
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Gone To My Head
Gone To My Head
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I33A7329
I33A7329
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Bees Love Cherries
Bees Love Cherries
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I33A7327
I33A7327
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The Crying Queen
The Crying Queen

Mixed Media Mosaic- This is a mosaic sculpture piece that was part of my “The Process of Progress” series shown at Faire Gallery Café. It explores the process of grief and life by using many broken pieces and putting them back together to create something beautiful. “The Crying Queen” in particular honors the ability and necessity to release through tears. I felt like the crying queen at the time as this show was in response to my mother’s (my best friend) death.

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I'm Good
I'm Good
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I33A7325
I33A7325
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I Caught A Hummingbird Once..
I Caught A Hummingbird Once..
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Gifts Without Voices
Gifts Without Voices

Multi Media Mosaic- This is 1 of 3 large works created for the "STG Presents: Fortune's Bones, a Manumission Requiem", a ceremony honoring a slave named Fortune, whose bones were used for medical practice and eventually hung in a museum for over 200 years before they were officially identified. "Gifts Without Voices" is a mosaic that specifically highlights the bodies and cells given unknowingly and without compensation to the medical industry by Fortune and Henrietta Lacks whose contribution le

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My Carnival
My Carnival
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Substance Abuse
Substance Abuse

Multi Media Mosaic- This is 1 of 3 large works created for the "STG Presents: Fortune's Bones, a Manumission Requiem". Fortune was a slave whose bones were taken and used for medical practice and eventually hung in a museum for over 200 years before they were officially identified as his. "Substance Abuse" highlights the use of black bodies for corporate experimentation to create everyday household products as well as medical moral malpractice.

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Black Enough
Black Enough

Blue LED Light

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Chasing Waterfalls
Chasing Waterfalls
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A Pick And A Ladder
A Pick And A Ladder
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Dicul Lips Cropped
Dicul Lips Cropped
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Dreamy Quadrapus
Dreamy Quadrapus
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Abstract-Bust
Abstract-Bust
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Blossom
Blossom

Mixed Media – Chrysler Hubcap, Crystals, Copper wrap, fossil and fake flower petals. Commissioned for the Art in Motion Project by WSADA to be auctioned and benefit Seattle Children’s Museum. Artists were asked to create an Auto inspired Art piece that was shown at the Seattle Auto Show. It is made out of a Chrysler hubcap, sugar crystals grown on a metal flower, a fossil, fake flower petals and copper foil. My aim was to turn something old into something new and signify change, therefore mimick

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For The Cause
For The Cause

Multi Media Mosaic- This is 1 of 3 large works created for the "STG Presents: Fortune's Bones, a Manumission Requiem". Fortune was a slave whose bones were taken and used for medical practice and eventually hung in a museum for over 200 years before they were officially identified as his. "For the Cause" highlights the profit of Breast Cancer (a disease that disproportionately kills black women vs other races) that organizations like the Susan G Komen foundation make off of annual “pink ribbon”

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Oh What Tangles Webs We Weave
Oh What Tangles Webs We Weave

Mixed Media Wood Carving, Wood Burning and Etched Glass - This was part of the “The Design Series” which reflected the connection to the nature, golden law and conscious choice.

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Come Inside My Garden
Come Inside My Garden

Wood Block Print

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Beat Within Beat
Beat Within Beat

Mixed Media Wood Carving, Wood Burning and Etched Glass - This was part of the “The Design Series” which reflected the connection to the nature, golden law and conscious choice.

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Even the Barest of Trees
Even the Barest of Trees

Mixed Media Mosaic- This is a mosaic sculpture piece that was part of my “The Process of Progress” series shown at Faire Gallery Café. It explores the process of grief and life by using many broken pieces and putting them back together to create something beautiful.

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Abstract-3
Abstract-3
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Abstract-1
Abstract-1
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