I've been working on some paintings for Awesome Dawg's first year anniversary celebration in Reading, PA. This particular piece will be there as well as many other new works. Hope to see you tonight at the opening/party! May 17 from 6 to 9
Friday, May 17, 2013
Wednesday, February 13, 2013
Well, I've been neglecting the paints but have been having a lot of fun making multi colored soaps. They are very dense and last for a very long time and lather like crazy! They smell good too - here's my strawberry soap available on etsy!
Buy these lovely soaps HERE!
Wednesday, September 19, 2012
I was asked to paint this chair, along with a bunch of other cool artists, to raise money for the Reading Symphony Orchestra in Reading, PA. It was a fun experience and kind of makes me want to paint more furniture!
The auction date has yet to be announced (or at least I don't yet know it!) but when I know, I'll post the date. Anyone can bid!
Tuesday, September 04, 2012
I'll have three paintings in the GoggleWorks (Reading, PA) artists' show that starts this Friday and goes until November - This one is "She Brings Sustenance" - it's 18x24" acrylic on canvas
Also painting of a woman on a child's ironing board (called Primavera) - please stop by if you'd like to see them in person and thanks for looking!
Tuesday, May 29, 2012
Tuesday, May 15, 2012
Monday, May 07, 2012
Right now I'm working on many things so i don't get to work as much as i'd like on this but here's how far I've gotten on the portrait - I'm thinking smoke or clouds will be in the background and she will have on some kind of futuristic military garb...
Tuesday, May 01, 2012
Well, I'm trying this again - I think I got about 10 faces in February done when this was started, but that's 10 more than I would have done!
This one is a WIP - not sure which direction it's going to go...we'll see as i paint i guess!
Thursday, March 08, 2012
Well, I'm ready for Spring! And it is 7o degrees here today - so why not a springy painting? This is painted with Golden acrylic paints and collaged with scrapbook paper and then sealed. It was the cutest little kid's ironing board but it begged to be painted on. Here are some pics, with close-ups - thanks for looking!