Finally! This is my first open edition print and it’s available for sale! Right here-
“Mandala is a Sanskrit word: manda= essence, la=within; it is a circle that contains the essence. The mandala symbolizes the laws of the universe and, since man is a microcosm of the universe, many cultures believe that the mandala also symbolizes the human soul.” I’ve been drawn to Mandalas ever […]
Mandala is a Sanskrit word: manda= essence, la=within; it is a circle that contains the essence.
The mandala symbolizes the laws of the universe and, since man is a microcosm of the universe, many cultures believe that the mandala also symbolizes the human soul.
My intention with these Candalas is to arrange everyday sweets in a pattern which becomes sacred, where delicious turns divine, the enticing now exquisite.
This is a dance for video performance piece I created for Spec Performance.
Two things I love with my whole being: movement and color. In these paintings, I’ve paired them into a visceral form. The application of the paint was done with large handmade “brushes” using large dance-like strokes. These pieces are a bit raw and intuitive, created with a lot of energy in the spirit of the abstract expressionists.
My abstracted landscapes are impressions of places that are inspired by our earth, yet not quite of this world. I allow the colors to shift and play, forming layers that let you choose where you may be, and then choose once again.
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These pieces are inspired by horizons. The Parallel Landscape Series is an intuitive interpretation of the many landscapes I saw and experienced while living abroad. They are a way to comprehend all that occurs simultaneously and yet exists uniquely for each of us. “Sunday” and “Double Landscape” are on display […]
Zilpa Vipra- sanskrit for “inspired art”. These paintings were created during summer yoga classes at Yogani Studios in Tampa, Florida. To purchase an original, please contact me. Please visit my Print Gallery to purchase prints on paper or canvas.
Inspired by a trip to Mali in 2010, these paintings depict a New Year’s celebration in the city of Bamako. I attempt to capture my love of dance and movement as a universal language. I see the moving body as a flow of gestures, holding the energy of progression, full with the glory of human expression.
These photos were taken as part of a series to document my experience going through the end of my marriage in Budapest, Hungary. Photography by Nannette Vinson.
Busking Bride, 2008 “Busking Bride” is a video montage that explores Brett’s personal experience of being both a foreign bride and divorcée in Budapest, Hungary. In this performance documentary, Brett dons her wedding gown and a wig, buys some beers, and heads to a bustling, seedy underground passageway to drum […]
Who is the muse? In “Roll of Paper and I” two artists simultaneously perform creative acts before the camera– one dances, the other sculpts with paper–yet both of these artists are one. The relationship between the two shifts throughout the duration of the piece, creating various tensions and harmonies. “Roll […]
I was cast to be the “casting director” for this Pepto Bismol commercial shot in Budapest. My job was to teach all of the ‘contestants’ to say “Nausea, Heartburn, Indigestion, Upset Stomach, Diarrhea” and cheer them on as they auditioned. Most of the people did not speak a lick […]
On Saturday May 12, 2007 at 12:00 GMT Wayne Brett and Paula Brett (in London and Budapest, respectively) pointed their cameras towards one another and performed a “Camera Dance”.