Mixed Media Artist

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Teapot

One-Teapot8″x8″ mixed media painting on wood. The sides are 1.5″ deep and are painted midnight blue.

This painting is SOLD

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Missing You

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6″X12″ mixed media painting/encaustic on wood. The sides are 1.5″ deep and are painted red.

Available HERE


Harlequin Sisters

11″x14″ mixed media painting on paper covered wood stretcher. The sides are 1.5″ deep and are painted red.

This painting is available HERE


Inhale

9″x12″ mixed media painting on paper covered wood stretcher. The sides are 1.5″ deep and are painted red.

This painting is showing at the Kaleido Festival and will stay up at The Carrot for the month of September. It is available to purchase at The Carrot.

By the time we are women, fear is as familiar to us as air. It is our element. We live in it, we inhale it, we exhale it, and most of the time we do not even notice it. Instead of “I am afraid,” we say, “I don’t want to,” or “I don’t know how,” or “I can’t.”
 Andrea Dworkin quotesImogen’s first day at school they had a funeral for all of their ‘I can’t’s’.

They wrote “I can’t” on a piece of paper and their teacher buried them.

I love that.


Purple And Gold

This is a 9″x12″ mixed painting on stone paper covered wood cradle.  The sides are 1.5″ deep and are painted turquoise.

This painting is available HERE.

I wrote that title and then realized that these were my Elementary School colours.   The thing about  the gold used in school colours is that it usually not metallic but rather some very unattractive yellow(think dark mustard). This ugly yellow with purple ( my least favorite colour anyway) is not really a very nice look. Just saying.

Hopefully it works in my painting.

My high school colours were black and orange…not that I had any school spirit in high school…  I wore a lot of black and may have been seen garnishing bright orange lipstick or eyeshadow. The fact that these two ‘colours’ were seen together was entirely coincidental and should never have been mistaken as a  form of pride for my school.  (I was way to cool for that…ha, ha).