I love all things Halloween. So of course, one of the art programs I created at my library was an October painting class. Drink & Draw: Halloween Acrylic Painting riffs on the popular paint nite events. I do it a little differently, though. I served seasonal local wine and soda at this session. This is… Continue reading Class: Drink & Draw- Halloween Acrylic Painting
Back in April 2017 I taught an upcycled collage making class for adults at the library I work at. I provided participants with an 8×10″ canvas, discarded library books, magazines, and newspaper, watercolors, and inspiration photos to get their imaginations going. I used an old heart shaped chocolate box to create the collage while instructing.… Continue reading Upcycled: Spring Collage Making Class
“Hope will never be silent.” – Harvey Milk I am working on a long-term portrait project with a private collector. The series highlights humanitarians who risked their lives for their cause. (Many ended up being martyred for them, like the latest portraits in this post.) The portraits are in black and white, with a small… Continue reading New Portraits in a Special Series…
Tonight is the night! I’m debuting 30 pieces of art I created in the month of September as part of the Delaware Fun-A-Day project. Below is a slideshow of some of the pieces you’ll see there!
I’m excited to announce that I will be one of the 180 participants showing artwork at Delaware Fun-A-Day this year. I’ve participated in this challenge previously. The general gist for those who are unfamiliar with it is this: Artists are encouraged to create small pieces of art each day in the month of September. This… Continue reading Delaware Fun-A-Day Challenge 2017
I went for my first visit to the west coast this month. While visiting Washington I visited Seattle, Tacoma, and Olympia. I’m from the other side of the country. We have mountains, beaches, ocean, and coast. I was struck by the subtle differences in the skyline- the boats, the fact that the snow-capped Ranier mountain… Continue reading Goin’ Out West
I was lamenting my hormonal woes and how they can lead me to feel out of control of my emotions when the menstrual monster is lurking under the bed. A friend commented “It’s like the drunk text of womanhood.” That phrase was so apt. I knew I had to draw it in some capacity. Well,… Continue reading The Drunk Text of Womanhood