BPK 4×6 Collage
4×6 collages inspired by my Mom and Betty. Brian received a Canon Selphy printer as a gift from his mom, Betty. It prints 4×6 postcards – perfect size for gifting photos. I wanted to share more than just a few, so I started these collages with photos I took in my yard and around Big […]
We are having unusual rainy weather for this time of year. This is the known as the dry season in the Keys, but we’ve had rain for the last 2 weeks. Here are some photos I took in between the drops at one of my favorite spots a.k.a. the Shallows.
Chris Wagner Arts Center
I recently had the privilege of showing an art piece at the opening reception and dedication of the Chris Wagner Arts Center, at the Shipley School. Chris Wagner was my favorite high school teacher —actually all time favorite teacher, so I was thrilled that Shipley was naming their new state-of-the-art arts facility after such a […]
What I love most about the Florida Keys is the water. The color is constantly changing color. And when the weather gets stormy, it’s like the water is glowing.
I recently traveled north to see family and friends. I haven’t flown in a long time. What I loved was looking out the window and the birds eye view of Miami. All the swimming pools and tennis courts, developments, and irrigation pools. And then on down to the Keys and that aqua blue water and […]
Living in the Florida Keys you see some wonderful and enormous cumulus clouds. Here are some from a day out on the water.
Artists’ House Gallery
Necklace: Faceted Rubies and iolite Briolettes with green amethyst teardrop. Strung on silk thread with 18K gold. Earrings: Faceted Rubies and iolite Briolettes with lemon quartz teardrops on 18K gold earwires. These pieces of jewelry that I made will be on display for the month of June at the Artists’ House Gallery in […]
Acrylic and found objects on 4×6 canvas. Army Man Found Collage Lead Blowout Beach Treasures
Color Study Paintings
Acrylic on canvas. Transparent layers of color. Pink Ocher Study Blue Red Study Silver Red Study
Acrylic paint on 10×10 square canvases. These are an experiment with photo-transfer and many layers of clear and transparent paint mixed with scraped off bits of paint.