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Wearable Art

There's new art to see, come along with me . . . I took some time off as an artist. For about 6 months, I worked on my other projects and thought carefully about what direction to take my art career. After several years of spending my Summer at art festivals, I took a...

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Summer Sky

A fresh painting from the easel. I began this when I was inspired by a set of summer lights that I purchased to hang on a tree over the patio in the backyard. These vintage styled lights are bright and add a festive feeling to everyday. It is a way to make a Summer...

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A Fresh Look

In the process of creating a new painting, I often stop working to walk across the room from the piece to get a new perspective of how it looks. This is a typical artistic method that I find essential in painting a successful piece. For the past few months, I took a...

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Studio A Creative Mess

I realized today that I paint and create art like I cook. I have been told that I am a messy cook. Likewise, my studio can be in a state of  disarray when I am in the middle of making art. Today, as I enter my work space, I see the perfect storm, my creative...

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Artisan Market

See you on Friday, November 20, 3-8 pm, South Shore Arts, 123 N. Main St., Crown Point, Indiana. For this holiday marketplace, I have designed a line of small items such as printed note cards and hand painted ornaments with an assortment of small works and unframed...

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Century Memorial Chapel

Thanks to the Naperville Women's Club Art Fest  committee for last weekend's art festival! My booth was positioned in front of the chapel at Naper Settlement. After watching the festivities with  two beautiful weddings on Saturday, I was inspired to bring my plein air...

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