Moksha's Original Artworks
In addition to being the primary composer, singer, lyricist, and musician for HuDost, Moksha Sommer is a full-time artist who is active in Music Performance and Composition, 2D and 3D media, Interdisciplinary Intermedia Studies and Practices, Arts Production, Performance/New Genre Art, Feminist Art and Theory, and Social Activist Art. She holds an MFA from the Vermont College of Fine Arts and a BFA from Montreal’s Concordia University; both received with Great Distinction. She has received several grants from the Canada Council for the Arts, the Kentucky Women’s Foundation and the National Endowment for the Arts. Her work utilizes immersive, multi-sensory, multidisciplinary experience as a means to blur the boundaries in relation to art as ritual and ritual as art and the intimacy and surrender that can be experienced in the state of acknowledged unknowing.
This page is for her 2D artworks that are currently for sale.
Painting- Acrylic 12 inches x 12 inches Moksha created this piece as the artwork for their song, "This is How My Story Ends", which is a piece about the reclaiming of one's own story and the choices of disempowerment/empowerment that we have in that process.