Friday, December 27, 2013
Monday, December 2, 2013
The show I am submitting to will take place on 1/20/2014 in Dublin, Ireland and is curated by my friend and longtime collaborator (co-conspirator) EL Putnam. Hopefully I will be attending the show as well. The theme is happiness, against the backdrop of one of the coldest months and the ever-demanding and cynical art world. Here is my submission, followed by some works I haven't posted a clear shot of.
|Peacock Feathers on brick texture (chalk pastel)|
|Feathers on brick background|
|Cracked brick study|
Tuesday, September 10, 2013
How To: Jackolantern Night Light: A Halloween Lantern Craft Project!
-pumpkin shaped sipper bottle (from your local orchard, possibly the dollar store or the seasonal aisle),
-plug in night light or battery operated tea light candle (make sure the night light is the low wattage kind- do not use a scentsy/scented wax warming night light, because they get hot)
-black acrylic paint or a fine tipped sharpie/oil paint marker
Cut a hole in the bottom of the pumpkin. If you're doing the standalone night light for the battery candle, you can trace the candle to get the right shape. Paint in the face on the pumpkin sipper. Turn off the lights and turn on your candle or night light. Voila! There's your five minute fall craft project!
You can also use one in your jackolantern carving!
Thursday, August 29, 2013
How To: Hops and Barley centerpiece with Votive Candle
Wednesday, August 7, 2013
How to: From trashed art to Wedding Welcome Sign
Tuesday, August 6, 2013
Post Nuptial Post
My wonderful sister who did so much graphic design and printing for us, and worked with my original paintings to create a beautiful invitation:
My new post nuptial art goals are to get an etsy store up and running, and having my art available for purchase as prints on canvas and matted paper. And more art shows, of course :-)