ABOUT THE ARTIST
Residing now in Wilmington, DE, Spiker?s early career was in graphic arts. While raising children, she dove into volunteer projects and took up running. Those lonely, long-distance runs brought her clarity and in the late ?80s she returned to school to study painting. She fell in love with 1950?s Bay Area figurative painting, expressionistic and anonymous. Her figures come from memory and she loves the smell and the serendipitous discovery that comes with painting with oils. In 1998, Spiker was thrown into a creek, when her car was hit on I-95. She realized immediately that she was paralyzed but thought, ?Thank God, I have my hands.? Art had become a driving force in her life before her accident. The accident sharpened this focus and through her painting, she found courage.
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