In November 2015, I was a resident artist at Arquetopia in Puebla, Mexico. I lived, worked and explored with four talented women artists. I screen printed my latest word on fabric purchased at the bustling town square–the zócalo. One of the artists, Emily Millichip (a very skilled fashion designer from Edinburgh–last picture) made two shirts from the printed fabric.
Azad means liberation in Indo-Iranian languages like Persian, Kurdish, Hindi, Urdu, and Punjabi. It is also used in Armenian. Please scroll down to see a sample of my artwork. Visual Poetry Words are containers for emotion. I experiment with them … Read More