I dropped this painting off at its new owners this past weekend! Hopefully this fuzzy little guy will take good care of it lol. Abby’s husband started a taxidermy business and this will go in his shop to oversee many … Continue reading
This is where my life was at last summer – a little dark and drippy, but still a rainbow!
This was my contemplation of life after death, as immortal energy. . .
One for each of us! Awe.. Wait, does the ring size symbolize age or height??
This past summer I found these four huge 4’x5′ panels while going through my Dad’s shop. He had built them for a photomontage that I planned, but never finished… So I decided to paint on them. I started with this … Continue reading
After visiting NYC over New Years I was inspired to dig out my diamond dust and add some sparkle to many of my new paintings! It doesn’t show up nearly as sparkly in the photos…
I love these two circles – this black and the purple one. I hope they get sold together – they look great next to each other on the wall! (I’m not being biased I swear).
This piece is a tribute to my memorable New Years in NYC and Brooklyn. The name pretty much sums it up! This reaction made me smile at my latest art show/concert: Father to daughter, “I see two lines with a … Continue reading
Sometimes naming my pieces is easy, but not so much with some of these new abstracts. I just can’t bring myself to leave it UNTITLED. So my default is song titles and this came on the radio as I was … Continue reading
I spent the summer with Mom and my sisters commuting to the hospital and taking care of Dad once he came home. Always one to make the best of a crummy situation, I enjoyed extra time with my nieces and … Continue reading
A couple months later I got the call no one wants to get.. That my dad was being airlifted to the hospital. I flew home for what I thought might be a week and ended up staying 3 months. (Yes … Continue reading
This year Dad came out to Phoenix with Mom to visit with us and his cousin. I think Phoenix is growing on them.. Mom stayed a week longer. I couldn’t get her back on a horse as she didn’t want … Continue reading
In an effort to add some color to the walls in the guest bedroom before Mom visited this past spring, I whipped together this set of 4 paintings.
Another letter arrived in the mail from my littlest niece Anna, a drawing with some stickers and an I love you Aimee scrawled across the page. A wave of love swept across me and then a wave of shame, as … Continue reading
This is what my eyes feel like when I stare at the computer for too long. When this name was suggested I had to look up the spelling and was pleased to learn that kaleidoscope comes from Greek kalos meaning ‘beautiful’ + … Continue reading
After this entry you may think I’m a little crazy, so I will blame it on one too many episodes of “Ancient Aliens” (is there such a thing?!) Always the cool headed one, my latest project has left me a … Continue reading