I found this old abandoned home while taking a walk through an old plantation in Savannah, GA. The colors, especially on the windows, was appealing to me. The decay of the tiny wooden home and the surrounding foliage was enticing, and I just had to paint it! Old and worn things can be beautiful, or […]Read More Roots: Oil on 12″ x 16″ Wood Panel
I know it has been forever since I have posted anything at all! I have to admit, I was going through a rough period in my life, but, thankfully, I am doing much better! I have been keeping up with my artwork, and I was happy to have participate in Sulfur Studio’s “Tondo in Toto” […]Read More Overdue Update & Art show at The Gallery Espresso!
“Look Down,” for me, is about exploring and discovery. It takes on a playful perspective and calls us to see the world in child-like manner. Sometimes we become distracted with our own thoughts and fail to notice the beauty around us. The model for this painting is my daughter, and, of course, she was delighted […]Read More “Look Down” Acrylic on 12″ Circular Canvas
I looked up, as the sun made its way down, and gazed at peach-colored cotton and specks of rose that softened into cool and shadowy specks that hide behind grey smoke. When the lightest shade of blue mingles with the purple night shade. I dream of clouds like these, during bright blue skies and white […]Read More Soaring Clouds: Oil on 12″ x 9″ Panel
Happy New Year! Part of my New Year’s Resolution is to paint outdoors at least once a week. I did this one yesterday on a elongated panel. I decided on a vertical composition for this tree. As usual, I played with the texture and decided to leave the foliage loosely defined. Deciding what to paint […]Read More New Beginnings: Oil on 12″ x 8″ Panel
Another painting based on the Savannah Wildlife Refuge. There is one tree in particular that stands out to me each time that I visit. The changing colors during the cold months are very apparent.Read More Whispering Tree: Oil on 10″ x 10″ Panel