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,
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
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.
I took these portraits to their new home yesterday and I decided to bring my dog Bennet with me because it was such a nice day and she’d been cooped up in the house for a while. I’ve done this before and we’ve never had a problem. Well, yesterday was a different day. I went to ring the doorbell, met
Meet Tyson. He’s just about the cutest little thing you’ve ever seen. He lives in Richmond Virginia and I was lucky enough to create this portrait for his mamma. I never used the word mamma in the whole of my life (except when I was maybe 2 or so) but when I got a dog I became mamma. I don’t
I’m not entirely sure where this piece is going. I started it a while ago and then picked it up again recently and just about finished the bird. There is a little detail work left. But I need to figure out the rest of his home. What you don’t see in this photo is that this bird occupies a small
One thing that I always find a little bizarre/interesting about England is that most people don’t have front door knobs. “What?” you say. “How do they get in their homes?” Well, from my intense investigative research, I can tell you – they use a key. Yes, it’s true. I can only speak from my experience, but on the front doors
I’m so excited that I was asked to be a part of the NY Art Expo this year. I am represented by the Bernard Solco Gallery and I am in excellent company there. The show is absolutely incredible. I’ve met artists from all over the world and I’m so completely inspired. I can’t wait to get into the studio.
I love any and all working dogs. Border Collies are just gorgeous.