In 2006, Keetra Dean Dixon sewed the phrase “everything will be ok” onto a sheet, and her art career was born. The image of her mantra, Comforter, went viral. Lofty and meandering, the artwork that has followed seems to follow no true narrative, wandering between performance art and digital illustrating, pausing only to share thoughts like “Be Corageous and Vulnerable” (Cordial Invitations). The common thread is a minimalistic style and a power given to word choices. Typography is important in Dixon’s work no matter the method of deliverance. A precious gem of layered wax is offered both on its own and with meditations of their own: “throughout,” one says. “Become,” the other offers. If becoming a celebrated artist is the goal, Dixon is well on her way.