Drawing from her biggest influence, Picasso, as an artist that crossed all the visual fields from drawing, painting, sculpture, and pottery. He was constantly experimenting and evolving as an artist. Freedman's practice, too, includes painting, drawing, sculpture, and pottery. The eternal student in her is always experimenting with oils, acrylics, watercolours, and mixed media. She loves to work contemporaneously in 2 and 3 dimensions, conveying a multilayered message viewed in unison. Her style is recognized by the use of colour combinations and by the free-flowing movement in the work, whether figurative, landscape, or abstract.
Freedman draws on her extensive background in fashion, theatre, home furnishings, and design, to execute work that satisfies her expression of the spirit within.
"For me, creativity is the ability to be aware of our experiences through the integration of our intuition, feelings, thoughts and perceptions, and to respond objectively with the courage to be concerned with the truth, and the faith to trust our powers."