I made this paper sculpture while visiting the Peabody Essex Museum's WOW exhibit with my daughter. I propped it up against all of the cardboard cutouts on the craft table and took this photo. I thought it looked kind of cool. I like the look of this women with visible veins coursing through her, in full view, topped by an electric hair halo. I like the huge chorus of Vitruvian women, different in their similarity, supporting her waiting for an embrace or to fly or to spin into a defiant cart wheel and roll away.
I went to work today for my woman owned publisher and women owned optometrist office. I am truly grateful on this International Women's Day for the opportunities these women have given me, for their support and faith in my abilities.