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New Works: Store Up, Insight, Morning Light

New Abstract Artwork: I love the vertical look of these – like water gently flowing. These have resin over the blue – stunning in person. You can find this piece at the Four Seasons Gallery in Homewood

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New Work: Isn’t it funny?

This piece is one of the few that I have done without resin – it is just dreamy! You can find this piece at the Four Seasons Gallery in Homewood Find Four Seasons on Instagram and Facebook @Four_Seasons_Gallery

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New Work: Expectations

This is my first piece using green instead of blue – it has a more earthy feel and I love it! The resin is poured on top of the color, making a beautiful shine in contrast with the matte finish of the texture. Makes you just want to reach out and touch it! You can […]

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One of a Kind

10×20 Heavily textured base with resin & pieces of The Great Gatsby

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New small pieces

Completed a few 5×5 and 6×6 this weekend. These are so much fun! And they look really cool arranged in a collage.

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Trimalchio

“These lights, this brightness, these clusters of human hope, of wild desire – I shall take these lights in my fingers. I shall make them bright and whether they shine or not, it is in these fingers that they shall succeed or fail.” – F. Scott Fitzgerald

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Ups and Downs

12×12 Heavily textured base, acrylic paint, resin, pieces of The Great Gatsby

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Words Bridge

12×12 Heavily textured base, acrylic paint, resin, pieces of The Great Gatsby

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Stacked pieces

I love these 3 pieces stacked to make a new work. They are all available at Kathleen’s in Decatur! Each measures 12×36.

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New Work: Waiting.

“Long ago, men went to sea, and women waited for them, standing on the edge of the water, scanning the horizon for the tiny ship. Now I wait for Henry. He vanishes unwillingly, without warning. I wait for him. Each moment that I wait feels like a year, an eternity. Each moment is as slow […]

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Panoply 2022 & ME!

Come see me and my current collection of abstacts at Panoply in Huntsville April 29th – May 1st. I am excited to be welcomed into this show. As a teenager, I volunteered for Panoply through the art department of my high school; to be an artist on the other side of this feels like a […]

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New Work: The heart is slow to learn

“Pity me that the heart is slow to learnWhat the swift mind beholds at every turn.”― Edna St. Vincent Millay, The Harp-Weaver and Other Poems

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Words

Words “All my life I’ve looked at words as though I were seeing them for the first time.” – Ernest Hemingway

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the Journey

the Journey “It is good to have an end to journey toward; but its the journey that matters in the end.” – Ernest Hemingway

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New Work: Moonlight #2

Moonlight #2 20×20 Modeling medium, acrylic paint, resin

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Taking a new booth photo. . .

I spent all day Saturday setting up my tent in my front yard in order to get a more cohesive booth photo. I want to apply to some more shows and actually get in and apparently my all over the place range of pieces is more of a detriment rather than a help. So, I […]

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New Work: We have such fun

“Oh, let’s have fun.” she begged him. “It’s too hot to fuss.” F. Scott Fitzgerald, The Great Gatsby Heavily textured base, acrylic, resin, coffee dyed pieces of book pages

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New Work: Converge

“Eventually, all things merge into one, and a river runs through it.” -Norman Maclean Heavily textured, acrylic, pen and ink, resin

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New Work: Invisible Strings

“I want to know you moved and breathed in the same world with me.” -F. Scott Fitzgerald Acrylic on a heavily textured surface, jewelry wire, gold leaf

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New Work: Searching Still

“You see, I am a poet, and not quite right in the head, darling. It’s only that.” – Edna St. Vincent Millay Texture, resin, coffee dyed pieces of The Great Gatsby, acrylic, pen and ink I have two more I’m working on that will look lovely stacked with this one.

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New work: Tornado of Thought Forming

Tornado of Thought Forming 12×12 Mixed Media “The test of a first-rate intelligence is the ability to hold two opposed ideas in mind at the same time and still retain the ability to function.” – F. Scott Fitzgerald I overthink. A lot. Ha. I suppose I am of a first-rare intelligence. Heavily textured, resin, pieces […]

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From the studio . . .

I am working on building my collection of abstracts and painting with a friend is always fun. I’m so thankful my career allows me the time to do this over Christmas break. Interested in one of my abstracts? Now is the time to talk to me about it!

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Lie to me by moonlight . . .

30×30 Acrylic on heavily textured background, pieces of The Great Gatsby, resin, pen and ink.

“Lie to me by moonlight. Do a fabulous story.” – F Scott Fitzgerald from Flappers & Philosophers

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From the studio

Lovely bit of moonlight developing in this one. Now for some torn pieces of The Great Gatsby, some resin, and a tiny bit of pen and ink to finish it off. Off to a beautiful start!

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Abstract: Calm In the Storm

This was my very first abstract. The idea came to me when I was prepping a background for another painting. I have always textured the backgrounds with modeling medium in circular shape. My daughter was playing around with resin on some of her paintings and I thought it might be cool to add some small […]

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Abstract: Crossroads

The blue in this one made this painting pop for me. “We have to get used to the idea that at the most important crossroads in our life there are no signs.” -Ernest Hemingway The Hemingway quote is true for my life – I have encountered many a decision that I was suddenly faced with […]

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Abstract: Whirlpool

Some paintings declare they are finished before I had actually planned for them to be finished. This is one of those. I fell in love with it at this stage in the process.

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Abstract: Strong Foundation

The coffee dyed book pages turned out really cool. They are spotted and have a very pretty range of coffee colored hues. I believe a strong foundation in vocabulary gives us the power to communicate as well as understand most effectively. Lack of communication is the root of misunderstandings and conflicts.

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Abstract: Searching

“Searching” 36×36 mixed media, textured foundation, resin, acrylic paint. “If I cease searching, then, woe is me, I am lost. That is how I look at it – keep going come what may.”  – Vincent Van Gogh. The Letters of Vincent Van Gogh This one was s departure from the ususal circular shape. It reminds […]

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Abstract: Tidepool

The Steinbeck quote is pulled from a passage describing the wonder of the world and the connection we sometimes feel as humans to all of it – the wonder of being a part of the whole of life. It is a very existential and Thoreau type view of the world. I, personally, think this pull […]

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Abstract: It’s Complicated

I love how this turned out! The texture is so much fun. I delight in finding ways to make texture the focus of a piece and this painting kept me mesmerized. You cannot see in a photo the juxtaposition of matte paint against the shiny resin in the stream – but it is beautiful.

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A few little birdies . . .

I will be participating in the River Clay Fine Arts Festival in Decatur, Alabama this October and these sweet little 6×6 birdies will be there! I am spending a good bit of time in the evenings and on the weekends creating pieces for this show and I am loving every minute of it!

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