Darcy carves stone, works in copper (from jewelry to 43-foot wall sculptures), paints silk, makes clay masks, does oil paintings, and has created a large public sculpture with neon and fiber optics. She writes for Sculptural Pursuits magazine and writes and gives workshops on the healing power of making art. Her commissions include a large public sculpture for General Electric in Schenectady, NY, and other sculptures in copper, silk, and stone for private homes. Five colleges have given her one-person shows. Galleries and art centers in 12 states have included her work.