An article by Myrrh, "Can Personal Meaning be Derived from Science?", is in Leonardo, a journal of art, science and technology, February 2014, vol. 47, #1.

A farmer in El Salvador with his machete.

A farmer in El Salvador with his machete.

TRAVEL, SOCIAL JUSTICE

Humanitarian Concerns:
Since high school, when Myrrh did service work in the inner city in Philadelphia 1951-4,
she has been interested in showing social and political realities in her art.

Myrrh's travel sketches:
Myrrh has a journalistic bent, and enjoys documenting her trips with sketches.

Synchrony Prevails, 45" painting on Plexiglas. 24" prints available.

Synchrony Prevails, 45" painting on Plexiglas. 24" prints available.

THE ESSENTIAL MYSTERIES SERIES

What interests Myrrh most are those indeterminate areas that scientists love to explore but can never fully explain.

The series took 18 years to develop.

Originally painted on large, 45” sheets of clear plexiglas which hung in windows, Myrrh now presents these as 24” fine arts digital prints, an edition limited to one artist proof and three prints.

 

"Market Forces made me do it."

"Market Forces made me do it."

SATIRE

Ironic situations abound in society and politics. Exaggerate the situation only slightly, and Myrrh has a cartoon—or a poem! Some situations are grim, but beg to be described graphically.

Other cartoons are just plain fun. Enjoy!