Archival metallic print on mat board, 16 x 20 in. framed, 2016
A native from Baltimore, MD who fell in love with art and photography at a young age of eight. In her household she was exposed to drawings, paintings, and photographs created by her father and brother. During her high school and collage days she continued to experiment more with collage making, mixed media, and photography.
In 2011 Freeman received her B.A. in Visual Communication Design from Stevenson University. This gave her the knowledge and ability to understand and execute design, video, and photography.
Freeman’s art skills helped to fund a study abroad to France and Spain, create memorable keepsakes and wall art for clients, and give back to organizations that offer support for the homeless in Baltimore. She is still experimenting with other mediums, mixing mediums, and finding what pulls at her heart.
Giving back to the homeless in Baltimore and seeing emotional responses to the keepsakes are as important to me as the art I create. Capturing and interpreting the colors, ideas, personalities, and textures I experience in daily life is a form of art therapy for me and I hope for others.