Currently, I am living out of a small one bedroom apartment-style hotel room. My husband and I are in the process of moving, and thus we have been living out of a hotel since the beginning of this month. Living on an air base, with no vehicle, and limited access to anything, an artist date... Continue Reading →
I recently received an email informing me my article and several of my digital works have been selected for the first volume of the Digital Inspiration by Stampington & Co. I had written the piece back in 2011, and it was published in the winter edition of Somerset Digital Studio. I was elated to see that... Continue Reading →
My husband and I arrived on the island of Terceira on the evening of March 31, 2011. Outside, it was already dark and the wind was fierce (we later heard it had blown over a shipment delivery truck in the Base Exchange parking lot). We had been delayed leaving London, and thus, barely caught our Lisbon... Continue Reading →
This was the last commissioned piece I created before I left the island. This work was fun because my client provided almost all the materials. It was an enjoyable challenge to figure out how to best make all the elements work together into one interesting yet not-overly-chaotic piece. This artwork encompasses many different bits of... Continue Reading →
I intended to write about this almost a year ago now. The museum's community art education department also hosted their usual youth art workshops thematically related my Seven Social Sins exhibition at the Angra Museum from February 23-June 9 of 2013. However, life happened, and I was only able to help with a couple of the workshops.... Continue Reading →
This is the fourth and final work of a commissioned set of 12in x 12in. (Here are the image progressions from the first, second and third works in this series.) I loved creating this series. I was able to play with various vivid color combinations and textures, which is always very fun for me.