Halo Summerlin

After only a year of painting, self taught painter, Halo, splashed onto the art scene in 2002 with a debut showing at the Arts Consortium in Cincinnati Ohio. “The Evolution of Halo” was a collection of water color pieces inspired by the healing process from the sudden passing of her mother.

A busy work schedule and a medical condition greatly diminished Halo’s creativity. It would be 9 years before she re-emerged with “The Fibroid Collection: the Surgery Series”, a visual journaling during her difficult quest for healthier treatments of fibroids, a common female medical condition. Her future goal is to officially partner with the Frederick Douglass Family Foundation as a part of the their women’s right’s initiative to raise awareness for women’s rights as it relates to reproductive health.

Other inspirations of her latest work lend themselves to fashion, specifically race car jackets and old paint peeling off of buildings.

Halo is available for hire and commission work.

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C.R. Cohen’s love affair with words and the arts has lead her on a lifelong journey as a poet and writer and an art activist, founding Artists Underground, to bring networking, resources and advice to artists, and joining forces with Soapbox Nation to provide creative career consultations and artist services to help artists get further faster.

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