Hunters work is included in several corporate collections including Sterling Drug, Chugai-Upjohn, Ernst and Young, Satellite Health Care of Mountain View, Ca., and the Ojai Valley Inn and Spa. One of her tapestries was included in a show entitled “Significant Colorado Women Artists of the 20th Century” which traveled around the western region and also to the National Museum of Women in the Arts in Washington, D.C.
Artist Statement – June, 2016
My work is drawn from images and experiences in the natural world. Painting is a means to connect to an inner narrative and access my subconscious, a way for me to distill my feelings with color and form. I believe that paint has a language of its own, as well as the image, which contributes to the content of a painting. There is an emotional resonance to be engaged with on the canvas. Lately I have been making collages with the intent of using them as painting starts… and the collages have given me many new ideas about color and shapes. Sometimes I work from several at once and sometimes my sketches work their way into the colors. I am not interested in having paintings be completely resolved and defined, but prefer some ambiguity and mystery. My interpretation of nature is a scruffy romantic elegance without being overly sentimental.