On of my long-term collectors, Eve Chosak recently commissioned me to create a unique Goddess to bring positive changes into her life. She was already in possession of a four-foot square canvas of Betty Page that she wanted to transform into a Green Tara. After meditating on the idea for a month I set up a painting at her home and got to work. Eve was integrally involved in the process with color requests, composition offers, and inspiring me to create the Goddess she needed. We even used Eve’s hands as models for the Goddesses, and she had a chance to assist a little in the painting process. Having Eve’s energy in the piece was an important part of the process.
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This is what Eve had to say about collecting my work over the last decade:
“Mim is intensely prolific, constantly making art as readily as she lives her life, which is to say with passion and honesty, and without apology. She lives and breathes a work before beginning its physical creation, and when she begins to build something, she does so from trance-like focus, because my sense is that she has already spent hours inhabiting its presence. I have seen her complete large pieces in a short amount of time, working intuitively in this way with a variety of media. She pours herself into a piece and commits fully until she feels it’s finished. The first piece of hers I collected took ten years for its completion, and I was probably drawn to the care she invested in it. She readily listens and conceptualizes another person’s vision and allows the materials to flow into shape of their own accord. The results are majestic. She gives instinctively and continuously, bringing her art to galleries, community spaces and homes. I collect her canvases whenever I can, and I keep every home-made card because each object, whether large or small, is iconic.”