Lady Cave presents a wordplay on the phrase man cave and is an all-inclusive environment. Reflecting on the spatial concept of surrounding one's self with gendered signifiers, Lady Cave is an immersive, plush space.  With a womb-like interior, the cave accommodates viewers to engage with props, snap selfies, and share conversational space.  The sculptural environment serves as a site for decompression and wonderment, inclusive of gender.  Interested in the humanistic side of feminism, the artist believes that gender can be played out in a malleable way for both sexes.  The piece was recently taught in at the Young at Art Museum and part of a group exhibition, Gritty in Pink , which won an award for participation at the Bailey Contemporary Arts, FL.