We still have a large collection of Harriet’s drawings and prints which we offer for sale. Harriet was into erotic art, so these pieces are not for the faint of heart.
Harriet participated as the most prominent artist in the First Annual Bay Area Erotic Art Festival in the San Francisco Bay Area in 1982.
Inspired by the writings of Anaïs Nin, in 1979 Harriet created a collection of twelve erotic drawings (all 11″ wide by 17″ tall) entitled “12 Months of Rapture”.
Her name and her collection’s March drawing were featured on the original posters advertising the First Annual Bay Area Erotic Art Festival in the San Francisco Bay Area in 1982.
“…In this collection of prints, Twelve Months of Rapture, I have attempted to express the closeness of passion to cosmic rhythms-the powerful energy of early spring leading through the soft quiet tenderness of autumn, climaxing in an ecstatic winter dance…”
At some earlier time in her life, Harriet suffered from severe depression and received treatment. During that time, she created these drawings that reflect her state of mind during those struggling years. Some might find these drawings interesting in the context of an artist dealing with and overcoming that debilitating mental condition or depression.