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June Ahern

United States

  • City, State: San Francisco, CA
  • Geographic Location: North America

About me:

Without art there would be no life passion, joys and sorrows. I am a writer and for many, many years a spiritual psychic reader. Because of both I've met people from all over the world with so many views and thoughts. The basic is always present; to have feelings honored, to be loved, to enjoy life and be secure. Animals and nature stimulate my creativity.

Exhibit change by:

Through acceptance, whenever possible. Like all beings I have reservations about some ideas and life styles but mostly keep an open mind. Strive not to judge without knowing the story. As I am this way, I have found most respond positively. Thus change in a consciousness between two or more occurs.

I'm passionate about:

Nature. The ocean. Animals. My horse, cat all animals. My husband. The right to be heard. Dancing.


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From Exhibiting You:

The famous let-them-eat-cake story is deeply personal to me. The legend says that, upon being informed that her citizens didn't have any bread to eat, the French Queen Marie Antoinette exclaimed: "Well, let them eat cake!" It's difficult to tell, centuries later, whether she was being ironic and calloused, or simply ignorant of the famine people living outside of her palace walls were facing. But even today there are people who are suffering in silence and people who are ignorant or insensitive to their struggles.

These three paintings from my Let Them Eat Cake series are an attempt to expose and shed more light on the literal and metaphorical suffering, suppression and objectification of women. I know many incredible women who could really make a difference in this world if they only had a chance to be the person they were meant to be.

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