Artworks
Wool, ribbon
5' by 18"
2011
Assemblage and found object sculpture
2012
Cut paper collage
20" by 16", 22 1/2 by 18 1/2 framed
2016
Cut paper collage
19" by 15"
2016
Cut-paper collage
2016

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  • For the second Medium of Exchange: Art of Cash exhibit, I created a series of collages exploring a social issue involving sex and money: women are their bodies and men are their wallets.  This direct or subconscious thinking objectifies both sexes and limits human potential.   Music from popular culture was used to create the titles in this 4-part series.   This one is also inspired by Madonna's Material Girl. http://www.azlyrics.com/lyrics/madonna/materialgirl.html
  • An Art Party! Music, fashion and 50+ emerging MN artists: collage, photography, painting, drawing, fashing, jewelry, and more.
  • An Art Party! Music, fashion and 50+ artists: collage, photography, painting, drawing, fashing, jewelry, and more.
  • For the second Medium of Exchange: Art of Cash exhibit, I created a series of collages exploring a social issue involving sex and money: women are their bodies and men are their wallets.  This direct or subconscious thinking objectifies both sexes and limits human potential.   Music from popular culture was used to create the titles in this 4-part series.   This one is also inspired by Madonna's Material Girl. http://www.azlyrics.com/lyrics/madonna/materialgirl.html
  • For the second Medium of Exchange: Art of Cash exhibit, I created a series of collages exploring a social issue involving sex and money: women are their bodies and men are their wallets.  This direct or subconscious thinking objectifies both sexes and limits human potential.   Music from popular culture was used to create the titles in this 4-part series.   This one is inspired by Madonna's Material Girl. http://www.azlyrics.com/lyrics/madonna/materialgirl.html
  • Beth Parkhill updated the Artwork Money Bags
    In the first Medium of Exchange: Art of Cash exhibit, I created an assemblage called Money Bags: Teen Years, Young Adult, Career Woman, Can’t Retire, and What the Future Holds. Five purses represented my own evolution about what I spent money on at different times in my life.  The intent was to encourage the viewer think about what they value, what they buy, and what they might reconsider. I didn’t want to criticize anyone directly about how they spend their money. Instead, I wanted to show…
  • For the second Medium of Exchange: Art of Cash exhibit, I created a series of collages exploring a social issue involving sex and money: women are their bodies and men are their wallets.  This direct or subconscious thinking objectifies both sexes and limits human potential.   Music from popular culture was used to create the titles in this 4-part series.   This one is inspired by Madonna's Material Girl. http://www.azlyrics.com/lyrics/madonna/materialgirl.html
  • For the second Medium of Exchange: Art of Cash exhibit, I created a series of collages exploring a social issue involving sex and money: women are their bodies and men are their wallets.  This direct or subconscious thinking objectifies both sexes and limits human potential.   Music from popular culture was used to create the titles in this 4-part series.   This one is inspired by Madonna's Material Girl. http://www.azlyrics.com/lyrics/madonna/materialgirl.html
  • For the second Medium of Exchange: Art of Cash exhibit, I created a series of collages exploring a social issue involving sex and money: women are their bodies and men are their wallets.  This direct or subconscious thinking objectifies both sexes and limits human potential.   Music from popular culture was used to create the titles in this 4-part series.   This one is also inspired by Madonna's Material Girl. http://www.azlyrics.com/lyrics/madonna/materialgirl.html
  • For the second Medium of Exchange: Art of Cash exhibit, I created a series of collages exploring a social issue involving sex and money: women are their bodies and men are their wallets.  This direct or subconscious thinking objectifies both sexes and limits human potential.   Music from popular culture was used to create the titles in this 4-part series.   This one is inspired by Madonna's Material Girl. http://www.azlyrics.com/lyrics/madonna/materialgirl.html