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Just like Edna St. Vincent Millay, Lois Anne is a badass woman who sees Vincent as one of her poetry/artistic/feminist ancestors.  


Art for Lois is an interpretation of experience. As such it must look both inwardly and outwardly, for perceived reality is a dialogue between our accumulated inner being and the continuously impinging external world. She see’s her visual work primarily as visual poems about states of perception and feeling. Her writing and the visual pieces are inspired by life and its experiences: a powerful dream, long winters, social and political issues, aging and health issues, visiting sacred places, family, meditation, searches, explorations, losses, beginnings… 


As an artist—maker and writer— Lois’s life and career have not followed a linear trajectory, and late in her seventh decade, she has made a monumental decision which she will incorporate into her story as a badass woman.




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