Bridget E C Freeman
Integrated into the CityscapeMeet Noel and JackMuseum Zombie Coloring PagesHarmon Skatepark Murals ProjectTitans of the Ice Age: Mammoths and Mastodons Coloring PagesLost Egypt Community Coloring PagesFangs, Fur, and Feathers Community Coloring PagesPsychedelic Animal CrackersNorthwest Museum of Arts and Culture Face Off MaskChristmas Behind the Scenes"Ovarian, by Nature" at Feminism (n.), Plural in Chicago, IL, May 15, 2015Postcard for "Feminism (n.): PluralLibby Boys' and Girls' Club MuralPut on the Otis HotelCheney Middle School MuralWestwood Middle School MuralNobody's PerfectLighter Than Air in Times SquareWindow BoxSolo ShowA Stitch In TimeHere In the MomentSurvival of the FittestInterplayers Post CardKeeping Irregular Time: The LifeCycle ClockHow I Spent My Summer VacationSpokane EssencesUsed and Abused (Detail)Taking ChancesThat Ringing SoundOvarian, by Nature: Retirement CharmsOvarian, by Nature: The Books       "Is Renaissance Faire?"
Audience Participation Game ShowI Am Everything, I Am NothingThe "Are You My Mother?" Reading RoomPieta PopsIt's What's Inside That Counts: The Tuna CanLifeCycleThis Is Your Life: OnstageDeclining NudeThe Happy Birthday ProjectFrom The Inside OutPortrait of Louis XIVSmall Victories Win the WarHierarchy of LifeContemporary VanitasMigrationTrinketsGetting Around To ItStamp of ApprovalIts a Star Trek LifeNesting InstinctMirror ImageOne in a MillionCut From the Same ClothLighter Than Air
My work is autobiographical. I have an interest in life experience and how it shapes perspective. In the context of a feminine lens, life intersects with my art. My social practice pieces, objects, and installations encompass memory, identity, and narrative. The concepts and processes I use transform everyday ideas and thoughts into discourse-producing artworks.

In my work, context is everything. Relationships are explored, changed, and reformed. In this Post-Feminist world, many themes of women's roles in society abound. My multi-media pieces and performances illustrate past, present, and future feminine experiences.

More recently, I have begun to explore community based artwork. Teaching classes and creating murals and coloring pages for people of all ages has added so much to my process. Watching the interaction and interpretation of my work by many, many people illustrates the infinite possibilities in art-making.