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Tree Nymphs, Underwater Adventures and More New Art!

It's been a whirlwind year; I got married, my brother moved in, my parents moved back in-state, my nephew and cousin were born, I finished my certificate program for graphic design ... Life's been full of fun and exciting times. All these great things make finding the time to make art difficult. If I'm tired … Continue reading Tree Nymphs, Underwater Adventures and More New Art!

Which Way Is Up?

I thought this piece would be finished a while ago ... but I just couldn't decide which direction to hang it. Which way is up? So, after letting it sit for a while, I came to the realization that there just isn't an answer! I polled people who's eye I respect, and the results were … Continue reading Which Way Is Up?

Wildflower Wine Bistro

Remember that project I started a few weeks ago? Well, I finally finished! Wildflower Wine Bistro is a great place to have a drink and some great food, and now you can see from the street where to find it 🙂 Kim and Denise have selected some amazing local wines that pair with their delicious … Continue reading Wildflower Wine Bistro

Night Circus

"People see what they want to see. And in most cases, what they are told to see." - The Night Circus. This piece was so much fun to create! My friend, Miranda, challenged me to make something using her image of a tight rope walker. I had some circus ephemera laying around and had been looking … Continue reading Night Circus

New Exhibition, New Art!

Next week, I'll be moving my art from the Snoqualmie City Hall over to Sigillo Cellars! I've been working on a few new pieces that will be on display. Here is a sneak-peak at my latest. It's a work-in-progress, and I'm very excited about where it's headed. I'll be showing the month of October at … Continue reading New Exhibition, New Art!

Dive Deep

My newest completed piece: Follow Your Bliss - Dive Deep. This is my first time working mixed media on canvas instead of paper and I really enjoyed it. I'll definitely be doing a few more like this. Working on a larger area was different and presented new challenges. The only real downside is I can't … Continue reading Dive Deep