Ayeka, Mixed media, 9 x 12″, 2019. Ayeka? Where are you? The inspiration for the artwork comes from various things- my love for all things science and the art of diagrams, for one. The idea of skin and a barrier to outside forces, and a sermon on Ayeka, delivered via video conferencing, due to aContinue reading “Ayeka?”
Tropical Cat, Mixed Media – collage, Gelli printing, ink drawing, watercolor, 2018. I have gotten so far behind on documenting completed artworks – there will be a spree of posts coming up. This one I completed when I was in Boston last summer for the TAB (Teaching Artistic Behaviors) art teacher grad class extraordinary weekContinue reading “Tropical Cat”
Mona, Collage, watercolor, marker, color pencil, 2019. I started this Mona Lisa homage years ago, as a magazine face collaged on to a black marker drawing. At that time, I was sorely missing the coastal parts of North Carolina, which had been our home state for eight years. I just rediscovered this unfinished piece inContinue reading “Mona”
Watercolor, marker, ink pen. 2018.
Two universes mosey down the street Connected by love and a leash and nothing else. ~ Howard Nemerov, Walking the Dog Watercolor pencil and ink pen. 2018.
I’ve gotten behind on posting, but not on the making! I’ll catch up on posting soonish. Watercolor, glue, collage. 2018.
Sharpie, watercolor, collage. 2018.
Watercolor & watercolor pencil. 2018. These water pens are my new favorite painting tool, by the way.
I am really excited about this new series I have started, for a couple reasons. 1. It’s whimsical, fun, and lighthearted. Sometimes that is just the break I need from the art ideas swirling in my head, that look a certain way, and never seem to turn out how I want (at least asContinue reading “New Series -Things With Wheels”
I make so many false starts when I make art. I don’t document then very often, as I usually recycle them, squish them, paint over them, or hand them off to my children to tear and cut up into collages. This time, I decided to give the false start away with the finalized artwork. IContinue reading “A book is a dream…”