is a self-taught artist who found her way back into the artistic
world of her childhood with a box of construction leftovers going
to re-cycling. Some of the thick, bent-up soft copper wires inspired
a series of small whimsical faces and creatures that ended up
multiplying and mutating. These creations found their way into
homes all over the country, but for Jami, expression was limited
in this medium. Something in the faces she passed on the street
and especially in Europe drove her hands to paint- thick, soft-
layering colors yet carving the surface almost like sculpture.....and
so the faces leave some hint of their stories inside these sensual
rectangles and invite you to find what is not said...
With Wind in Her Hair
Mixied Media - 5"
archival prints available
8" x 10" Image
on 11" x 17" heavy art paper