About the Artist
finishing her education in languages and working on her
ample forms that she creates with the medium of warm wax,
by the unabashed voluptuousness of her mother and sister,
Dari has been active in the Size Acceptance movement since 1996 with the creation of this series of statues, Isabella and Friends.
She received her training at California State University of Long Beach and studied in Europe.
Association to Advance Fat Acceptance Award
The Fat Women's Group of London in 1996
Click above to read articles about her that appeared in various magazines.
Fine Art Galleries
William Daniels Fine Art galleries, Palm Springs, California
J Behman the Gallery, Palm Springs, California
display at :
Fit to Be Tried in Tucson, Arizona
The Loveland bead company, Loveland, Colorado
The Wheel gallery England
Redondo beach arts center
La Quinta Art festival
Long Beach Women's spirit
NAAFA (National Association of
Fat Acceptance) convention Los Angeles 1996 and 1998, San Francisco, 1997
The breakfast show in England 1996
TV1 program in England (upcoming)
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comes this impressive collection of truly "statuesque" women sold by Isabella and Friends. Using poured stone with a faux bronze patina, artist Dari Walker has created a series of beautiful statues that are truly in a class of their own. Expressing a tremendous amount of energy and joy in their frozen grace, these creations are unabashedly feminine - and fat. Dari has been an active participant in the size acceptance movement since 1996, and also brings her artistic skills to her unique line of BBW jewelry and this stunning wall plaque titled "Serena."
fAT WOMENS GROUP LONDON
60 MIN AUSTRALIA
4th st. beads Co
naafa convention san francisco and la
goddess festival long beach
cal state ;ong beac
jcc long beach]