Title: Into the Maji Moto
Medium: Acrylic and crayon on canvas
Size: 30" x 40"
Rieder-Hud creates paintings and drawings, sometimes within an installation presentation, which reflect her communion with the earth and animal spirits. Her work is a record of dreamstates and psychic shifts within her body. She states, "When the unconscious gives me an image, I honor it and work with it. In doing so, I feel I am becoming more effective in my work to save the wilderness areas that remain a symbol to me of the soul that modern man has cast aside."
Her selected solo exhibitions include: Psychic Movements-A Personal Response to the Venice Canal Duck Wars, Orange County Center for Contemporary Art, Santa Ana, California, 1993; Individuation, Orange County Center for Contemporary Art, Santa Ana, 1992; and El Paseo, Santa Barbara, California, 1988.
Her selected group exhibitions include: Stonington Gallery, Anchorage, Alaska, 1995; Works on Paper, Galerias de Artes Plasticas, Universidad de Colima, 1995; Dark Vision, Dark's Art Parlour, Santa Ana, 1994; Here and Now, Northlight Gallery, Westside Pavilion, Los Angeles, 1994; What's Next?, Merging One Gallery, Santa Monica, 1994; Fresh Squeezed, Cypress College Fine Arts Gallery, Orange County Center for Contemporary Art, 1994; and Art Rental and Sales Gallery, Los Angeles County Museum of Art, 1993.