This was a piece done with my grandfather, Joe Cosgrove. We both struggled to make the vision come to life as we don’t have the most experience in developing structural integrity, but we had a great memory and learned so much with this piece I don’t think I’d ever sell it!
Lifetime of White Noise was created with the aim of bringing awareness to psychiatric abuse in children. I plan on continuing this mission and partnering with CCHR (Citizens Commission on Human Rights) to bring about a change in this field through the use of visual statements.
It was such a great opportunity to be able to use art for giving back to the community, especially to the Kootenai Medical Foundation. Thank you for all who were a part in making this happen, now so many people will benefit who may need help with medical. I was a recipient of this help before and I know how much it can mean to have some bills alleviated, especially as a single mom (at the time) this can make a huge difference.
Hey everybody! I’ve been teaching classes at the Spokane Northeast Youth Center for a few months and they’ve recently done a press release in the Spokesman Review. Here is my son Anthony and I in the paper, I am so honored to have this type of recognition, so appreciated! I don’t rely on extrinsic motivation but it can definitely serve a validating purpose, feels great to be recognized, thankful to God for all he’s doing in my life and the lives of others with art!
Welcome to Pyrofine Arts, where firey passion and artistic expression collide. We are pleased to offer community classes ranging from private sessions to mobile group classes. We will be slowly constructing and adding to our site as classes progress depending on community interests and needs, stay tuned for great upcoming events!