Untitled Colombia, 2017, 37.5 x 37.5" (36 x 36"), acrylic on canvas, $4200
I'm surprised to find that my these intensely saturated pieces look so at home on this quiet textured wall. #CONTRAST
I guess I have always liked the look of old and new together...
Untitled Drawings, 25.5 x 33" (each), mixed media on watercolor paper, 2017, $1500 each (sold)
at 10:44 AM
Im trying to find places to take pictures of my work in my new pad, and it's a leeetle tricky. Fortunately I found this snazzy bookcase above M's bed that has nice light. UNfortunately, it's the only spot I have, sooooo you might be seeing a lot of bookcase.
the 2 blues have just been recently reframed and I'm very pleased with the result.
This year, the Women's Initiative had a big group of regional artists donate work, and
I'm happy to say the auction brought $23,000.00 to help women in need.
Good job ladies!
This is the piece I donated. (20 x 20" ink on Yupo paper) I think it found a good home.
at 9:47 AM
Christmas is coming, is your goose getting fat? My goose isn't fat, but she was up half the night making everybody within earshot tired. Oh well, goslings are like that I guess.
So, Christmas IS coming, and this year I am prepared. Every year I'm asked about small work for Xmas gifts, and for once, I can say yes. YES, I have six watercolor and pencil paintings in silver frames. They are aprox 25 x 33 x 1", and the watercolors are floated on a bright white mat. There are 2 pinks, 2 greens, and 2 yet to be determined... possibly gray. I think they are lovely and would make a great gift.
Get you one.
(more photos to come)
at 9:16 AM
These are a series of cyanotypes made by folding paper and letting the sun, and the shadows from the paper, create imaginary landscapes. Some look like the ocean, or a tornado just about to touch down, and some like icebergs, or deserts. There are 30 in this piece, to be framed in silver. Approximately 36 x 48"