Gallery

Thank you for taking the time to stop by and check out my Art and various other creations! Please feel free to contact me if you require any assistance or have any questions.

The Bookkeeper

Size: 11 x 14

Medium : Watercolour

Original photograph came from photographer Marie Bedard Caron with permission

The Streets in Havana SOLD

Medium: Watercolour

Size: 11 x 14

Girl with the Pink Hat

Medium: Watercolour

Size: 11 x 14

Medium: Acrylic on Masonite board

Size: 9 x 12

Flower Burst

12 x 12 Gallery wrapped Canvas

Mixed Media acrylic, artist paste and fairy dust

Escape to the Music

Mixed Media Acrylic and music paper

16 x 20 on Canvas

From the Eyes of an Artist

Watercolour on cold press watercolour paper

8 x 10

Silhouette of Fall Foliage

Watercolour

11 x 14

Dreaming of Paris

Mixed Media – Pencil sketch, stamping and watercolour teddy eyes and hair ties

11 x 14 Framed

2 of my pieces were chosen by the Korean Juror Judges for this spectacular show.
Piece #1 chosen by Korean Juror Judges for above show ”Vital Signs” This piece is a very dark scene trees (done with glue gun plastic) and sky. I feel if we don’t do anything to safe Mother Earth our future is dark. The name of the piece is “We cannot grow another Earth” so the little silhouette of the girl sits reading under the tree to educate herself on what she can do to safe Mother Earth.
Piece #2 chosen by the Korean Juror Judges for the above show “Vital Signs” I use landfill items in my mixed media pieces. In this piece I used caps from milk/juice containers. I decided to use them as the center of my flowers. Then I thought wouldn’t it be cool if I could put a hidden surprise inside. So this piece is interactive. The name of the piece is called “Ladybug Ladybug where are you?” When you screw off the cap lids the answer to the title is revealed, they are under the caps. I hope by using landfill pieces I inspire other artist and children to repurpose landfill pieces so that they can live on in a beautiful piece of art for many generations instead of filling up the landfills.
My recent Solo Exhibition June 1 – 30, 2021
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