I started working on designs for a painted boot, and ended up really loving the fox I painted for practice. Now, you can love the fox, too. Available on a variety of products at Redbubble and Society6.
Stumbled on this old picture from a drive we took a few months ago. OK, several months ago. I love mountains, almost as much as I love the sea.
Apparently most artists go through a blue period. It’s because blue is such a wonderful color. So much depth and feeling and warmth and comfort and richness and….you get the idea. Also, that black-like color? I mixed that. On purpose. Progress!
Watercolors still mystify me. Every time I think I’m starting to get the hang of it, I realize that color mixing is still so, so far outside my comfort zone. I mean, mixing red, blue and yellow to get brown, on purpose. I haven’t done that outside my color wheel project yet. I need to carry my… Continue reading Zebra
I’ve never really ventured into the world of patterns before, what do you think? Can you believe it, you can buy my art on a bathmat. Wish it went with the colors in my house! You can find a variety of pillows and stationary at my Society6 shop, and slightly different selection of housewares and stationary at… Continue reading Field of Roses
Considering that I have blogged for years, and blogs are all about one’s own self, writing a bio should be easy, right? Right? Yeah, wouldn’t that be nice! When asked to tell “a little about myself” I instantly forget everything I have ever done or accomplished. I’m starting out as a real estate agent, and… Continue reading On bios
Tried painting some beach scenes with my watercolors. Man, color mixing is a real art form. I’m much more familiar with acrylics, and I have a bajillion colors to choose from. Very rarely do I need to do anything more complicated than tinting the colors. Time to grow as an artist! These are scenes from… Continue reading The beach