via air mail

My lovely friend Abbie recently sent me a message; she and a few other art friends are having an art postcard exchange.  I always love to hear from Abbie. I miss art-related conversation and the work-in-progress insight of my former classmates. The idea of an art exchange sounded wonderful. A delightful chance to reconnect with... Continue Reading →

image progression: paris I

I'm drawn to windows.  I've noticed they appear frequently in my sketching, painting, and mixed media artwork, as well as my travel photography. In my photography work, I love the beauty of clean uniform lines, architectural aesthetics, and the metaphor of glimpses to another human's unique outlook onto the world, not in a being-creepy-and-I-want-to-look-into-strangers-windows way.... Continue Reading →

artistic themes III: collaged or altered human forms

While continuing to explore commonly used themes in my work. Because the majority of my art instinctual; I've returned to consciously assess repeated themes and visual elements. Collaged/altered human forms & limbs:  My work contains many examples of bodies with different heads/limbs.  I use original images from high fashion magazines, postcards, stamps, and other ephemera,... Continue Reading →

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