Last month my mom and I saw the movie Loving Vincent at the Detroit Institute of Arts. The four-year project, directed by a Polish husband and wife team was brought to life by 120 artists from around the world. Together, they created the first ever hand-painted movie. Told through the eyes of the Postman's son, … Continue reading Loving Vincent
Just prior to my surgery, mentioned in my last post, "Catching Up", my family went on a mini weekend vacation to Niagara Falls. Originally we were thinking of doing a big vacation to California, but because I had no idea of how the recuperation would go and my husband's work travel schedule, we had to … Continue reading Niagara Falls
It's been a very long time since I posted anything let alone created a piece of art. Summer has come and gone, the school year has begun, and Fall is upon us. My artistic life has been put on hold, yet again. It's a darn good thing I'm not relying on this gig to make … Continue reading Catching Up
Last week I took a 3-day workshop on abstracting figures. I've been wanting to really loosen up in my work and have this idea of just slapping on paint, stepping back, and voila, I've created a masterpiece! While I know that's a pipedream, I'd like to work towards it anyway. So, this workshop was exactly … Continue reading Abstract Figures
I am happy to announce that I have been chosen as the Featured Artist of the Month at Eli Tea Bar in downtown Birmingham, Michigan. Each month a local artist is chosen to showcase their work on the large 9' x 13' wall just inside the contemporary cozy atmosphere. About two months ago, I serendipitously … Continue reading Eli Tea Bar
Hello fellow artisans. I am happy to announce that I have created an account on Fine Art America and have listed some of my original art for sale as well as prints of most of my paintings. Please visit my profile page here if you are interested in purchasing anything. Thank you!
I love my May calendar page. And my Mother's Day gift! Those who know me will truly appreciate this clock 🙂
A few months ago, my friend posted a beautiful picture of a Dahlia flower on Facebook. To date, I hadn't painted a close-up lone flower – the fear of all that detail – but I have seen many artists accomplish the task beautifully and I felt up for the challenge. What could be more perfect for … Continue reading Well Hello, Dahlia