This very special art was created to hang in the office of a therapist who works with women who have eating disorders. The concept of self-love looms large, and the gold and copper swirls in the hair are a Celtic symbol that represents the strength of women. Acrylic on archival panel, with copper, gold and silver.
Just got back from a super trip to Chicago to see my cousin perform her new one-woman show at Second City.
I love Julia; she is such an inspiration. She's funny as hell. I don't know how she does it! 90 - that's ninety minutes - of non-stop stories that kept the audience laughing, introspective and beyond engaged. From sex to Catholics to raising a teenager to everything in between, the night was precious and hilarious. Wish I could bottle that laughter!
Julia's daughter, Mulan, actually wrote and performed a song for the audience, and our family, at the end of Julia's performance. I was actually crying I was so touched!
Julia is taking the show on the road soon. Check out her website for upcoming performances and information about where and when:
You'll love it. Life needs to spent with laughter!