August 27, 2019

  Trash Art! A little over a year ago I was sitting at the dentist's office waiting to get my teeth cleaned when my phone chimed letting me know that I had received an email. The email was from  Joe Heller, it was an invitation to join a group of artists who will be cr...

September 29, 2018

   "Francie's Flower", is a painting of a magnolia flower from a tree that I had planted nine years ago, in memory of a dear friend. My friend's name was Francie, and her death along with her children was a cruel and untimely one. Now every spring, when Francie's Magno...

September 21, 2018

   I started this painting after a long visit from my brother, whom suffers from a TBI (Traumatic Brain Injury), as result from a recent hit and run accident. I love my brother, but the brain injury has left him as someone I no longer recognize. He is now the night, wh...

September 21, 2018

  Grains Of Mine, represents myself and all that I hold dear. The wolf, the woodpecker, the salmon, and the beaver are all the spirit animals of my two sons, my husband, and myself. A totem so to speak. My demons are embraced and my home in the mountains not far from t...

June 28, 2018

Crimson, 12" by 14" on Birchwood panel, mixed media.
The idea of this piece came from a photo of my friend’s daughter, Crimson. What caught my eye was not the sunflower, but the stick that was in Crimson’s hand. I have two sons, and at that age they would have already...

May 5, 2018

  For my first post, I have decided to blog about my first juried art exhibit experience. It was the eighth Annual Earth and Art Exhibit at the Berkeley Art Works Gallery in Martinsburg, West Virginia. The juror was Daniel Fulco of the Washington County Museum of Fine...

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