I hope my paintings can be an oasis

Wow what a semester and where has it gone?! What have I been up to (besides hogging the computer to research Bernini and Degenerate art till all hours of the night?) well take a look! I have continued my focus on capturing the feelings and experience I have encountered in nature, but have narrowed it… Continue reading I hope my paintings can be an oasis

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Organic Renderings

Experimentation! That is something I believe is important for an artist, just the same as a scientist. Figuring out what the different mediums will do, and manipulating them into your desired image. Summer of 2014 I did many small paintings, that were based on experimenting with watered down paint and different types of paint (shiny… Continue reading Organic Renderings

Kisses from a Butterfly Effect (a painting to help find a cure!)

To be auctioned off at the Tyler Cattle Barrens Gala, to raise money for the American Cancer Society  Kisses from a Butterfly Effect 3 x 4 ft mixed media (acrylic paint, gold leaf, watercolor, and neon paint, on canvas) 2015 My focus and inspiration in my art is to capture the excitement and beauty of… Continue reading Kisses from a Butterfly Effect (a painting to help find a cure!)

Vineyard Adventure

My clever husband came up with a great date. It was the loveliest day, with perfect weather, and our son was with Ben's parents. So we decided to go find an adventure! We went to a local winery and did a tasting. I happened to have my painting travel bag in the car, and inspiration… Continue reading Vineyard Adventure

Living art, addictions to pottery, and captured inspiration. Just a few things that have found me this year.

This semester has tuned into quite the challenge, but SO rewarding! I'm in the thick of finals, but have a moment to take a step back, and share with you my newest creations. Pottery! I'm obsessed! There is just something about drinking out of something I made from scratch that makes me want to create… Continue reading Living art, addictions to pottery, and captured inspiration. Just a few things that have found me this year.