No Mercy: The Art of Pippin Roe was an exhibition I organized of paintings and collages by the artist in Providence, which opened on January 16, 2003.
Pippin died in July of 2014. You can read more about the circumstances surrounding her death (and life), on Boston.com in The Curious Life and Mysterious Death of Pippin Roe by Hilary Sargent.
“Pippin had a tough and complicated life, but through it all she was incredibly resilient. I hope she is not defined by her struggles or the circumstances surrounding her death, but by the quality of her friendships, her artwork, and brilliant creative vision,’’ De Lellis said. “If there’s anything we can learn from this, it’s that if someone makes a wrong turn, society isn’t very forgiving.’’ (more)
While I do not have images of Pippin’s art from the exhibition at Tealuxe beyond the handbill she designed, I do have other examples of her work including collages, paintings, comic strips, art in the mail which I will be organizing and posting more of here in the near future.