Mixed Media Artist

Done AND Done!

10″x20″ mixed media painting on paper. SOLD

24″x36″ mixed media on clay board. Sides are 2″ deep and are cobalt.

Just went back into her face a little.


4 responses

  1. John

    Love your work..what does one say to another artist upon seeing something worth remembering..just that it will be rememberd.

    March 15, 2010 at 5:06 pm

  2. Shelly

    Beautiful AND Beautiful!

    “Wallpaper Jungle” made me think of this quote by Jeremy Haywood:
    “When you look at a peony, you first see the whole flower, its color and shape. As you keep looking, you see the petals and veins and stamens and pistils. When you look more closely still, you see the segments and shading in the petals, until you begin to feel the vastness of those details. To see the vastness by looking at one thing in its details is to see its sacred connection to space and to all other things. … When you see an object illuminated by space, when you see with your heart, the object actually communicates back to you. When you cherish something, it glows. It tells you where it belongs and how you should present it, because you see it so clearly. Then you follow its magical instructions, you create a work of art.”
    – Jeremy Haywood, ‘A Guide to the Sacred World of Shamabhala Warriorship’, p. 130

    March 15, 2010 at 5:59 pm

  3. Shelly

    Oops! Correction…quote was by Jeremy Hayward, ‘Sacred World’.

    March 15, 2010 at 9:52 pm

  4. Thank you so much John!

    That is so beautiful Shelly! Thank you for sharing that and boy, am I ever honored that my painting makes you think of that!
    What was that funny noise?
    Oh, just my head swelling up a little bit more (… and not from allergies…)

    March 16, 2010 at 1:06 am

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