I’m sharing my post recent piece, Ribcage Garden. It was part of the #hauntedgardenartchallenge. (Use the hashtag to see the prompts for the month of June.) The prompt was “bones.” What better part of the skeleton to house a dark garden than a ribcage? TITLE: Ribcage Garden MEDIUM: Watercolor, tea staining, ink.
Big announcement! For the first time, I have launched a very limited run of vinyl stickers! There are 2 designs; the first is from my mixed media piece Elizabethan Librarian, the second is a pre-Halloween witch sticker. The stickers are printed on a rugged vinyl that protects them from scratching, rain & sunlight, and haveContinue reading “ANNOUNCEMENT: Limited Edition Vinyl Stickers”
I went for my first visit to the west coast this month. While visiting Washington I visited Seattle, Tacoma, and Olympia. I’m from the other side of the country. We have mountains, beaches, ocean, and coast. I was struck by the subtle differences in the skyline- the boats, the fact that the snow-capped Ranier mountainContinue reading “Goin’ Out West”
Every year in late spring Wilmington turns its skating rink into an outdoor beach themed beer garden, complete with sand, boardwalk, and lounge chairs. It’s pretty fun. Last night I made my annual pilgrimage there. Sketching, drinking, and putting your toes in the sand makes for a rather enjoyable night.
While on a road trip to Maine this weekend I stopped to sketch some of the cityscape. Below is the view on Middle Street in Portland, Maine.
“I’m late, I’m late! I’m late for an important date,” cried the white rabbit. I showed at Art Max Expo last month, and of course I’m not posting about it until now. Better fashionably late than never. This was it’s kickoff show. It was put together from a fellow Delaware artist. There was a lovelyContinue reading “A Very Belated Art Max Expo Post”
I write this on the eve of National Women’s Day. This year also marks the first #daywithoutawoman protest. Women are striking across the USA to show people what an impact women are in the workforce. Those who can’t strike wore red to show their solidarity. And I certainly rocked red today since I couldn’t strike.Continue reading “Happy International Women’s Day”
I just completed another custom coaster set. The client wanted a Valentine’s Day gift for her boyfriend. His likes include: 9 tail foxes, Rick and Morty, and his cat. I used one of my favorite themes to make the set cohesive- space! My personal favorite was turning his pet kitty into a space cat!
Many moons ago I teamed up with musician Alphane Reality Generator for the album Nature of my Circuitry. I made the cover art for the album. Years later he decided he had to own the original image, a mixed media piece in pastel and paper cutouts. Upon a recent visit I saw it’s home. AsContinue reading “Home is Where the Art Is”
I have 2 paintings from the January Month of Macabre series available in the shop. “The Power of the Sea” and “My Blue Angel” need new homes. CLICK HERE or on the banner below.