“Something Blue” has been a year in the works. It all started with a painting I did for a a group show called “Transitions” with Mother Artists at Work. “Something Blue” was created using my shredded credit cards, a Swiss franc from a previous trip, … Continue readingNew Series: Something Blue
Having an art history background I always feel compelled to find commonalities in art and categorize them. Whenever my husband and I were out and about we noticed that there are other local artists were working in themes similar to mine. Woman’s face and abstracted … Continue readingPsychenwelic
Inspiration is at an all time high and the deadlines have come calling. I guess I will have to hold off on cleaning my studio.
Sometimes I think of selling my artwork as the equivalent of working a pet store. I get so emotionally attached to a painting that I just want to see it go to a good and loving home. Well, one of my favorite paintings is currently … Continue readingSaying Goodbye
Legendary Columbus artists Kojo Kamau and Pepper Johnson have promoted and advocated for community artists for decades through the organization Art for Community Expression (better known as ACE). Ann Starr of blog The Starr Review wrote this lovely piece about this show. Oh yeah, I … Continue readingSweet Review!!!
I’m guilty. Life got in the way and I’ve let my blog fall to the wayside. My days are spent taking care of my two lovely young kids and my evenings are spent in my attic studio. On the heels of another birthday I’ve decided … Continue readingNew Beginning
Working on the “Speak” exhibit encouraged me to steer toward social commentary. I have always looked for a genuine way to incorporate a social message into my own paintings. A couple of months ago I was engrossed by the memoir of Leymah Gbowee, ” … Continue readingProtest