I’m a crazy dog person so it’s totally natural that I would work on dog and pet portraits. I do all pets, not just dogs. But people seem to really like the dogs – hence this gallery. If you’d like a portrait done, please see my commissions page for details.
I love working on commissions. I get to do things that I wouldn’t ordinarily do and I enjoy the challenge of that. If you’d like something, check out my commissions page and get in touch.
I don’t remember a time when I wasn’t fascinated with Britain. It started with the language. The accent is great to be sure but I just love their vocabulary! That particular joy started young as I remember how much I loved reading Roald Dahl as a kid. And when I got a bit older, Jane Austen made her way into my repertoire. In high school, I remember watching Absolutely Fabulous
These are some of my newer pieces inspired by my home town and my travels abroad.
I’m so excited to say that my work, along with Cat Delett, will be hanging in Gallery 103 in Maplewood NJ for the month of March. It is a series of work created from our trip to Tuscany this past summer. The opening is Thursday March 3rd from 7-9. If you’d like to see the show outside of gallery hours, just let me know.
Once again, I’m excited to be a part of the Bizarre Bazaar tradition in Maplewood, NJ. The Abominable Snowmonster will be there! Will you? I hope so. Here’s a lovely little article from Village Green about the show and about the great people running Studio B. Cheers my dears! Hope to see you there.
I love the idea of drinking wine and shopping. Actually, no scratch that. I love the idea of OTHER people drinking wine and shopping at my booth. No wait. Would it be better if people purchased my work sobertly and with a clear head? Well, a clear head might be a long shot. In this frazzled day and age who has one of those! Okay scratch all of this. Just
This piece is part of a new series that I’m making. This one is titled Keeping Secrets. It’s a mixture of collage, acrylic paint and some snippets of writing that I’ve done. It’s set in an English drawing room and the conversation here is between a woman, who really doesn’t want to be there and a rather boarish man that attempts a conversation.
Daisy and Rose went home the other day. I really enjoyed working on these ladies. I photoshopped two different images to create this composition and it was a large format portrait. Sometimes, bigger is better.