Kathy Crabbe, For Per, 2012, mixed media on canvas, 48 x 48”.

Kathy Crabbe, For Per

“Crabbe’s art is a journey into the forgotten parts of the self – those places, both emotional and physical, that are rejected, neglected, or under-valued in our corporatized and sanitized culture. These neglected places exude a dark kind of beauty and complexity as they form themselves in her work. This work is a foray into sweetness, light and danger all at once. It is deep intimacy – a deliberate mirror and an intent of reclamation.” Tangerine Bolen, Executive Director, Revolution Truth

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