Entering juried exhibits is one of many ways I like to expose new audiences to my artwork! Entering a themed exhibit is uncommon for me so when Live an Artful Life Gallery of The Plains, VA put out the call for entries for their “Scale” exhibit, I was tickled to have pieces underway that met… Read more »
Posts Tagged: Wildlife
The Intensive Studies Seminar (ISS) has become an annual regenerative force for me as an artist as well as the art I create!
Why do I travel so far away? Why do I ship out so many materials? Why stay away from my wonderful husband and home for such an extended period? Because it is… Read more »
I would have posted sooner but I’ve been consumed with MAKING ART!!!
ISS has become an annual regenerative force for me as an artist as well as the art I create!
I can’t wait to get to the studio each morning ( a conference center transformed into studio and presentation space for 80 + artists!)… Read more »
Greetings from lovely Taos, New Mexico!
I’m back for my 10th Intensive Studies Seminar with four fabulous mentors: Fran Larson, Katherine Chang Liu, Skip Lawrence, and Christopher Schink! This is day 2 of the 8 day workshop and I’ve already got 8 Acrylic Layers pieces started as part of my continuing series “Fleeting Glimpses”. It… Read more »
“In the Shadows” is a monochromatic Acrylic Layers and Collage painting I did of the deer I see outside of my window. They are so well camouflaged that I depend on my peripheral vision to detect their movement before I can actually see them among the trees.
This painting was so fun to create! It… Read more »