Making a Sketchbook Statement

Making a Sketchbook Statement

The opportunity to participate in the Brooklyn Sketchbook Project came to me by way of the Education Committee of the Providence Art Club. It seemed like an interesting venture to be part of a crowd-sourced library that features over 46,971 artists’ books contributed by creative people from 135+ countries. The Brooklyn Art Library is a […]

Speaking through Mixed Media

Here is a link to my newest video.   https://youtu.be/RLT4k5uj-fY   As I transition to creating more mixed media, acrylic and collage paintings, my talented husband Ken, using his skills in photo documentation has but together this 3 minute video. It shows the process from original “outline” on canvas, through the collage stage, on to […]

50 shades of green

Keeping it simple
6" x 6"
6" x 6"
6 x 6
30 min.

Fresh off a master pastel workshop, I am charged with enthusiasm. Along with 17 other artists, in picturesque Sandwich on Cape Cod, I spent 2 days observing the techniques that make Jacob Aguiar a master at painting predominantly “green landscapes” with fresh luminous color and determined strokes. His focused instruction was just the tonic I […]

Open Studio Tour

Last Bow
9" x 9"

As one of many artists participating in the Attleboro Arts Museum 2016 Studio Tour, I look forward to welcoming you my studio on Sunday, November 13 from 10AM to 4PM. Highlights: Tour studio and in-home gallery Free Raffle for a framed original pastel Special OPEN STUDIO PRICING on: •    Small works •    Unframed Bin work […]

Day #30 of 30/30

Path Revisited_Day_30
Pastel 6" x 6"

Path Revisited …. This scene is familiar to me, it is a wonderful private field on Burnt Swamp Road in Cumberland, one of the paintings earlier in the month was Indian Brook. Traveling further down the road, there is one of the last fields before oversized houses have totally revised the landscape. I have always […]