Spring Colors

Spring Colors

Spring Blooms Again A watercolor of Tulips as I imagine them sprouting for a new Spring. This piece expresses the colors of new spirit as we search for new live at a time when the world is hunkered down to be safe from COVID-19. The bold golden, green and blue tones...
Wearable Art

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...

Summer Heat on “Chitown Jazz”

I have made a departure in the past couple of weeks from my fresh summer color schemes of blues, greens and yellows. First there was a painting with a gradual introduction of orange. Then I created a work with many warm highlights. Before I knew it, I started this...
Art show this weekend

Art show this weekend

Looking forward to the Art in the Park in Ft. Wayne this weekend as part of the Three Rivers Festival. There is good music, good food and great art, of course. I will have my show tent with lots of new work, actually the oldest work is something that I did in 2014, so...
A Fresh Look

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...
Studio A Creative Mess

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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