Sanguine Alignment 

Our individual view of a moment can be hindered by impaired sight. Whether it’s a physical handicap, atmospheric conditions, or our personal observation skills, our view will determine how we visually interpret the world compared to another individual’s insight. This could be considered a hindrance, or a luxury. I personally have the pleasure of being… Continue reading Sanguine Alignment 

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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

Wind swept and sun kissed

The summer of 2012 My family took a trip to Crystal Beach, TX (just north or Galveston) and it was enchanting and more than relaxing! I made the mistake of somehow leaving any art supplies at home. By the end of the first day, I knew that I would not be satisfied with only taking… Continue reading Wind swept and sun kissed

A sip of inspiration 

Our city is having its annual Wine Swirl Saturday June 27, and I will have a booth! The event is a fun one filled with local wine and fine dining. I have been creating some new paintings, that are still focused on the shapes and colors in nature, but these are inspired by the swish… Continue reading A sip of inspiration 

Doughnut eating sharks, art, and Child Advocacy

My son Asher and I had the pleasure of being in an art show together! We both painted a painting specifically for it and also did a collaborative. It was so fun to come up with a theme, and plan out our colors and imagery together! I don't normally get a chance to give him… Continue reading Doughnut eating sharks, art, and Child Advocacy