I had to wrestle with how to start this post, coming late in the spring with so many new challenges due to the pandemic, I lost all reference to time, as so many others have said. So why did I take a year to post? I have lots of excuses. Painting all the time on … Continue reading
Category Archives: solo exhibitions
Shaping the Landscape: Melted, molded paintings featured in JSU exhibit
In today’s on-demand culture, it’s easy to forget the process it takes to create good work. With easy access to top-of-the-line computer equipment, software programs, specialized applications and m… via Shaping the Landscape: Melted, molded paintings featured in JSU exhibit.
A Great Ending and Beginning
I’m reflecting and assessing. Time to do that since there were and are so many events on the schedule. The large commission for Griffith Art Gallery was accomplished and picked up by the client and gallery owner (Thanks Dave) before Christmas. I was so glad to finish by the deadline and have the paintings approved … Continue reading