Before and During….the Pandemic. The first picture is of me when I last had a haircut…pre-quarantine, back in March. Which seems like EONS ago, doesn’t it? The second image is of me today looking well, older (who doesn’t feel like they’ve aged 10 years in … Continue readingHere I am!
Pendant in winter sun with Lynn’s lovely light green ceramic bead. You can purchase this pendant!
There is no goal. Stay loose, let the process drive the idea. My learning process Most people at this beginner’s stage of learning a new medium would take a class, to glean knowledge from others, avoid mistakes, and learn “the right way” to do things. … Continue readingThe Delights of Learning Metalsmithing
Tectonic. Planetary. Maps. Fossilized. Aerial. These words come to mind when I pull the collagraph plate off of the fresh, curing plaster. Ghostly ink embeds itself into the bright whites. When I brush on more ink or watery paint al fresco, it soaks deeply into the … Continue readingPushing Encaustic with Plaster Printmaking
Did you know…? My artwork has been recently published in Linda Robertson’s Embracing Encaustic, Third Edition ebook! Download it from Amazon!
I’m pleased to say that two of my paintings have been juried in to “The Devil in a Straight Line” exhibit at the Bakehouse Art Complex, Audrey Love Gallery in Miami FL opening October 6-14, 2014. Curatorial Statement This open juried show, entitled “The Devil in the Straight … Continue readingExhibiting in Miami: “The perfect setting for dynamic, colorful expression”
I had a lot of fun with IEA-PDX during our retreat in Bend to learn Encaustic Collagraphs with Ron Schultz at Atelier 6000. I always learn a lot from other media, so I can take what I learned and apply it in some form to my painting practice. Whether … Continue readingEncaustic Collagraph Retreat