I am currently taking a class in mixed media at the Museum of Fine Art in Boston. So far we have created decorative papers using acrylic paint, built three dimensional constructions with cardboard and created a collage which references a master painting. It has been such a great way to expand my creative thinking and […]
I JUST dropped off eight tiny pastels to Nahcotta for the ETA 11 show. The pastels themselves are 3×6, framed to 8×10. Some of these images might inspire some larger works at some point in the future. I always look forward to this show. The diversity is so great. Show dates are February 1-29. The […]
Yesterday I delivered nine tiny paintings to Nahcotta for the ETA 10 (Enormous Tiny Art) show. Working in a small format is a great opportunity to experiment a bit with materials. I tried applying three different grounds to the canvas. They all accepted the paint in a different way. The inspiration for the works was […]
It’s always challenging to choose twelve images that tell the story of my work, but I am very happy with this mix. Some images are representational, some a bit more abstract: some done in pastel, others in acrylic. …….now if I can just motivate the staff to get them packaged up!!
Finally made it in the the Boston MFA yesterday to see the Chihuly exhibit. It was SO inspiring! The installations are incredible from conception to scale to execution. It was very uplifting. If you can possibly get there, I would encourage you to do so! http://www.mfa.org/exhibitions/chihuly
I am so excited to once again, be working with Kim Clark at Saturday Cove Fine Art in Northport, Maine. SO many years ago, it was Kim who welcomed me and my work, truly getting my career off the ground. After a well deserved break, she and her husband, Scot Sebold have re-opened the gallery […]