Camomile exhibited at Art Basel Miami Beach 2011 Dec. 1-4 as part of the Verge Art Fair with the Diane Birdsall Gallery. Camomile's installation, "The Glitter Bed," made its debut.
Originally featured at the American History Textile Museum in an exhibit that opened August 2011 in Lowell, Massachusetts. The Paper Doll Ballet Costume exhibit was on display for the 2011 holiday season at the Diane Birdsall Gallery in Old Lyme, Connecticut.
ReVolt: Voices from the Warehouse District VII was a month-long art exhibit and cultural event located in a re-purposed 15,000 square foot gallery space within Dubuque’s Historic Millwork District. Voices began as a way for artists' voices to be heard, and quickly gathered support from the Dubuque community.
In January 2011, the Farmington Valley Arts Center in Avon, Connecticut hosted Eye Candy/Glitter Winter, an exhibition of glistening winter branches, hundreds of pounds of silver glitter, and recent works including super-sized glitter valentines. At the time of the opening, Camomile stated that "It is an honor to bring this installation to the FVAC, where art lovers will experience the uplifting t
In December of 2010, the Diane Birdsall Gallery in Old Lyme, Connecticut hosted The Glitter Wonderland, an installation and exhibition that transformed the gallery into an interactive forest featuring fantastical wildlife, mysterious nests and hundreds of pounds of silver glitter cutting a path through shimmering birch trees.
A unicorn has gone missing and artist Camomile Hixon has invited the entire city of Manhattan to join the search. Based on a premise of the elusive nature of inspiration, Hixon developed a multi-media, interactive art piece that has begun with the loss of a pet unicorn, last seen entering Central Park at W. 72nd St.
This art piece stems from a popular Latin American song, El Unicornio Azul, written by the Cuban musician, Silvio Rodriguez.
While the folkloric pop song has been the subject of much interpretation, the loss of the blue unicorn is said to signify the loss of one's inspirational muse or creative soul. That longing feeling has been captured and reproduced in Camomiles effort to cover the city with posters and images asking the community to join the search for the missing unicorn.
Camomile exploded onto the New York City art scene in her first public showing at Tria Gallery in April of 2010. Using glitter as a primary medium, Camomile created a body of pop art that developed from her work as a musician and songwriter.
The shimmering quality of the glitter breathes life into the words and symbols, and allows for a deeper resonance with subtle meanings and interpretations.