Traci and Moni dual exhibit at the Midgard gallery. Come view these two very different exhibits and what they have in common.


My first exposure to Traci’s work was  at Nitroglobus Roof Gallery after reading about her in Inara Pey – Living in a modem world blog post. “Camouflage” was quite an impressive exhibit of depth and layered meaning. Traci also has a space at Campbell Coast Artists Village and you can follow her on Flickr.

February 7th at 12 pm

A joined exhibition Moni & Traci at the Midgard gallery.

Here is your teleport to the exhibit.


Traci’s art n this exhibit is titled “Crash”.

Her vivid layered moments for me bring together a bit of thrill of initial fear before it becomes horrific along a sharp reality. This exhibit is a bit out of my comfort zone, the subject matter is a reality and the sensuality of the pieces soften the edges. Interestingly to me his Traci’s layered approach to her Art. First noticed in Camouflage and a little deeper in Crash. These layers onion like in their unfolding seem to reveal bits of who Traci is while sharing insight through her art form.

Traci Crash 006 not for sale

“There is always an argument as to whether beautiful art can be made from horrible things, and ‘Crash’, although not beautiful, is at least an attempt to see things differently with the passing of time”



Monique Beebe is another Artist I was exposed to at Nitroglobus Roof Gallery, with her exhibit “Sensuality” 2017 covered by Inara Pey here. This exhibit was sensuous in her use of pose and expression. You can see Moni’s work on her fickr.


Moni’s exhibit includes her signature ability to portray emotion in her work through pose and style as well as bunny rabbit shots. OMG love these Bunny shots, Moni shares a bit of surrealism with us with these four shots, white rabbits, condidence, saying bye, and hunting rabbits. Moni uses the same stye of portraying confidence, sensuality and emotion while their faces are covered n Bunny masks.

I could not find a notecard specifically for Moni’s exhibit. Her work is beautiful and if you have seen her earlier work you can see how much her skill has grown.

surrealism not in exhibit but part of series Moni Beebe’s work

What do these two very different Exhibits have in common?

I found that emotion and expression are the smiler bits connecting both exhibits both women are very skilled at showing emotion in their Art.

Do take the time to go see these two amazing strong Women’s artwork!

here is a teleport to Midgard Gallery

See you at the Opening or around the grid. Hoot

~ Owl

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