NFTs

My work has taken on a new life. My digital portraits were shown in Times Square during NFT.NYC, Stratosphere curated by Sabet, and Sugio/Tree Trunk hosted by Logik. I was honored to be a panelist at Women in Web3 and TreeTrunk launch. And I received a grant to create an immersive experience. It all happened within five months!

If this sounds like something you would enjoy doing as a curious collector, writer, musician, painter, designer, or creative, I made a very easy guide for anyone looking to get into the NFT world — without confusing language. Visit here to download it.

Essentially an NFT gives you: a Certificate of Authenticity, Right to Print, Rights to ReSell.

My portraits have changed and embraced the digital art world with the creation of Brite Beauties Collection. These are animated videos, but holders get a high-res image to download, too.

If you like Tezos, you are in luck because I have 3 collections on there.

Ornate Acids is a collection on Polygon where each NFT is paired with IRL artwork, but you won’t know what until you get it in the mail!

Foundation for Ethereum fans.

TreeTrunk where you can buy-in to digital originals with rights to reprints that you can then sell/trade. This is a great way to own a piece of my digital legacy.

And finally, I have a small selection of work with 1st Dibs

My art sisters from other misters are joining in the fun and will become Web3 artists themselves when Garden of Venus opens in Cleveland on November 4th, 2022.

My future is precarious having terminal cancer, and after all of my paintings sold, I was left with no inventory. While I have an organization that will take care and keep whatever works of mine are donated (along with press, photos, ephemera) there was no way of taking care of my digital legacy. I had an idea to delete any trace of me online after I am gone, with the exception of this website.

But, what if my art can live on and get new collectors after I am gone?

This is my main interest in pursuing NFTs. I’m excited people will be able to collect long sold out inventory and pieces in a different way. And while I’m still able to, some lucky collectors will also get original drawings.

Btw, here’s an interview in DROP Magazine. And my interview with Irish Tech News, A video interview about my artwork, and another interview in Cleveland Scene. Oh, and I wrote about how makers can use the tech.