Regalia: Healing Avatars are regalia which incorporates Type 1 Diabetes medical disposables used by the artist. Each avatar represents a positive aspect of a healthy life style in the midst of a chronic health condition. Choose beauty over despair.
These renderings are a combination of tear sheet and drawing. Drawing with a sewing machine creates line that is both descriptive and narrative. Using fabric swatches collaged together creates a two-dimensional maquette of the piece to be built.
Inspiration comes from the touch and feel of materials. Combining the beauty of an embroidered satin with aluminum screening provides structural integrity and textural variety to create sculpted clothing.
Artist Talks, Workshops, Exhibitions
Mo offers Artist Talks catered to your audience and venue. She offers inspirational talks: A Powerful Life with Type 1 Diabetes, The Transformational Power of Art and Believe: you are who you think you are. Artist talks offer the option of static exhibition and or an interactive fashion show
Mo Regulinski has presented her wearable art at The National Institute of Health, TEDx RVA, Beyond Type 1 Basal Art, Virginia Commonwealth University Health, the Virginia Museum of Fine Art, The Valentine Museum, The South by Southwest Festival and many schools, universities and conferences.
The wearable artwork made by Mo Regulinski is intended to educate the public on diabetes and living with chronic health conditions from a patient perspective. Mo works with non-profits, charitable foundations, private medical practices, universities and individuals to focus on the positive practices chronic health management inspires.
Speakeasy Social Painting provides the opportunity for a private get together with friends. The Speakeasy Studio comes to you with canvases, brushes, paint and expert direction to paint your own masterpiece Switch up your Bunco gathering, enhance your book club with a theme based painting, good for church groups, home parties, and family reunions. Painting is easy when you know how to take the first brushstroke. Contact Moregulinski@mac.com for further details.