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Welcome

Hello! Glad you stopped by because I’m having a SALE! Some painting buddies and I are gathering our considerable output and putting it all on display at my house on

SATURDAY, SEPT. 24  FROM 1 – 5PM

i won’t share the address here as this is for friends and family only. If you need it, give me a call!

Not all my work will be discounted, but most of it will. Check it out in the menu item SALE. If you can’t be here in person, I’ll ship anything that’s not framed for free. This is a fantastic opportunity to own some great, original art for what amounts to a song. And if you buy more than one piece I might be willing to offer an extra discount!

THESE PRICES WILL BE GOOD UNTIL NOVEMBER 30.

ORIGINAL ART MAKES A GREAT GIFT – ONE-OF-A-KIND, MADE IN THE USA

 

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One More Blog

2/26/14    Not sure that the world really needs another artist musing in ceaseless and mind-numbing detail about her work, but a few people have said they’d like to know more about my process, such as it is. So here we are. I’ll try to keep to the subject. Or maybe not, as the occasional rant may creep in (you’ve got to go with your strengths, right?)  and you never know where that will take us.

Transparent Red Earth, in case you’re wondering, is my favorite paint – its name describes it perfectly and I use it to tame greens, neutralize blues and it’s everywhere in those ubiquitous red cliffs in Zion and all over the rest of the West. It is also on nearly every piece of clothing I own and a few spots in my car. I may end up renaming this “Notes to Myself”, given the number of people who will actually read it, but for now I’ll stick with TRE.

It’s time for me to pack up my painting gear and head down the hill to paint w a group of outrageous women at Desert Art Supply. Without any adult supervision, we paint and laugh and rant about the insanity of American politics. The good folks who own the joint usually just ignore our ravings, and only occasionally come back to the studio to ask us to kindly pipe down.

And since this is supposed to be an art blog, here’s what I did yesterday. It’s a sunflower bud, but reminds me of the evil guy’s weird spaceship in Star Trek – the one w Chris Pine playing the young Capt. Kirk.  9×12

sunflower bud