Saturday, August 22, 2009

New Store!

Hi !

I have been a busy bee getting ready for many new things.

My online store is up and running on Etsy. I have heard marvelous things about this online venue and the commissions are really a deal! Check it out

Started working on a piece for the "Spoked" exhibition coming up in September. This painting started at home with a quick sketch and then was at the gallery for the "Surreally Yours" Exhibition a couple of weekends ago as a few of us decided to paint live outside. It was a great night to do it. Over the last week I haven't done much with it as I haven't had time.

I have been working on getting my work done for "Lifeblood" which is for next year. I have my plaster castings done but am on the search for Local suppliers of liquid latex although I may have found another product that would be worth a try. I am eager to get this done to allow any experimentation to take place. In November & December I am curating a show with my hubby called "Remastered". It is a take on utilizing the modern artists take and unique style in the original masters paintings. i.e. Cezanne, Da Vinci, Bacon, Picasso, Van Gogh.... you get the point here. For More Info on this show visit At the same time will be putting together Naughti Gras with my lovely friend Dallas.

busy busy....

Wednesday, August 12, 2009

HI All! Getting ready to finish my online store on my website

Here is a preview:

Thursday, August 6, 2009

Painting group

HI All!

I will be teaching class on August 13th. This will feature different techniques in layering, washes, etc so come on down to the SAM Gallery next thursday. Will post more soon.

Sunday, August 2, 2009


Welcome to my first post on my Art Blog. I have been a bit under the weather so I will be making this first post short. This blog will hold all of my creative endeavors for the world to see, so hold on to your hats. This blog will at times show the process of work from start to finish. I usually paint at home in the middle of the night. It is more comfortable, I know where everything is at (most of the time) and it seems to work for me the best.

For the most part I paint but like to dig into many other mediums as my mind is always wondering, "can I do that"? I also enjoy practicing techniques from the past and utilizing what has been able to last hundreds of years. This could be egg tempura, milk paint, pigments hand mixed, and more. It is a constant experiment to find what works for you. If it does, go with it!

Updates to come soon!