Pure energy and still subtle, delicate.
Her piece is called "My Only Sin is Being a Woman."
Beautiful photos of a female model sent into another orbit, with light play and pose.
It is an interactive piece, she will invite the audience to write on the painting/photos (that is the part that jarred me a bit) the sins of women.
"They can write on your work?" I asked.
"Yes" she said. "They can take the sharpie, and write what they think are women's sins on it."
This piece will burst open when people are confronted with such beauty and asked to deface it with they they perceive is sinful.
Briheda Haylock, 24 years old, is an artist who uses many media and disciplines as channels for her expression.
She has participated in an curated many exhibits.