WildGoddess, a Los Angeles-based artist/photographer, creates digital portraits, mixed-media encaustic collages, paintings and works on paper that reference the past while at the same time embracing the future. Her fresco-like works, while seemingly fragile, have an mysterious quality that appear to have weathered the test of time. The figures in her artwork – vintage or otherwise - seem to peer through the shadows of the past into the present era, whispering of their experiences in a unique new language. Other works are redolent of an ancient, long-dead culture, heretofore undiscovered. Exhibitions include the Transport Gallery in Los Angeles' downtown Artists’ District, where she lives and works with clients, and in the "Snap To Grid" exhibit at the Los Angeles Center of Digital Art (LACDA). Her digital photograph of a homeless man, “Gideon,” was awarded the PC Magazine Hot Pic of the Month, March 2003. WildGoddess' digital artwork and photography have also been published online in File Magazine, and at the Museum of Digital Art (MOCA). "The Secret WildGoddess" is her latest blog where she explores provocative issues of culture in and about the creative sphere. Another personal art blog, "L'Artisana WildGoddess," serves to showcase her latest mixed-media and photography projects. In 2005, both of her blogs were featured on the “Every Woman is A Goddess” weblog. "The Secret WildGoddess" blog was also featured on Cynthia Kwarski's famous "Art For Housewives" blog. Her art portfolio can also be seen online at ArtSlant. Her artwork can be purchased online at WildGoddess Arts. WildGoddess also accepts commissions upon request. WildGoddess is a jewel in the crown of the Arts District." - - -Don Noyes More, Editor in Chief Downtown LA Life WildGoddess’ exceptional artwork – both digital and mixed-media – are a distinctive new expression from one of the most interesting artists working in Los Angeles today. All photos, artwork and writing on the L'Artisana WildGoddess blog by WildGoddess is protected under by copyright ©2003-2009 WildGoddess, and cannot be copied, distributed or reprinted without written permission from the artist. If you would like to use anything from this blog, please contact me to obtain my permission in advance. Thank you for your consideration.

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