After decades of creating community murals, DiNapoli-Mylet
began to develop work exploring women's issues in reaction to the 2016 elections and in an effort to "tell her own story" The result
was "Resistdance" - a visual narrative with multi-disciplinary chapters.
She hung her hard hat on the scaffolding and moved into the studio; developing powerful, evocative imagery that speaks of the moment in which she is creating. Each piece embodies emotive, dramatic, female energy; inviting viewers to explore women’s issues through mixed media pieces drawings, prints and sculptures.
DiNapoli-Mylet's works tease with gestural lines, spontaneous motion
and (often) re-purposed materials. Mixed with defiant rhythms, hopeful
attitude and a little Maga Femminile; they engage viewers in the
strength of the feminine form, the flexibility of motion and, the
dynamic, rhythmic magic of attitude. Each piece of “imaginative play” demonstrates DiNapoli-Mylet's skill in creating a visual language of experience, humor and insight.
"Although my art is constantly evolving and transforming, my focus
remains female empowerment, incitement and inspiration
- continuous movement - Resistdance! "