First week of Make Art Everyday 2019!Read More
By nature, I am an obsessive note taker. I have piles of “idea-sketchbooks” and every so often I will pull out an old one and read through my notes.
Recently I was reading through an idea-sketchbook from January 2013 and I came across my notes from a Daniel Sprick workshop I took at Studio Incamminati. I want to share some notes I wrote down during the workshop describing Daniel’s methodology and thought process.Read More
I have a few teaching opportunities coming up next month and in the winter season.Read More
This antique blue and white bowl is from Holland originally. I love how simple it is in shape and design, and how the cobalt blue notes play off the yellows and oranges of the nasturtiums.Read More
I have a openings in all of my Autumn Classes. I am teaching at the Arts in Great Falls and in my home studio in Mount Vernon. Please click on the links to find out more information.Read More
This past February I was surprised and honored when I received an invitation to participate in a special exhibition at the Bennington Art Center in Bennington Vermont. The exhibition, Artists for the New Century, takes place every five years and the artists invited are nominated by the editors of American Art Collector, Art of the West, Fine Art Connoisseur, Plein Air Magazine, and Southwest Art.Read More
Elevating everyday moments into fine art
In 2012, my husband helped me narrow down my art philosophy into this distinct and simple statement. Five years later it still holds true today. It is my goal to celebrate and live with intention, and to bring this sense of life to my creative process of painting.
In the last year so much has changed, but still this underlying principle holds, and I still come to art with the deep desire to share my love of simple things and elevate these experiences into fine art. 2017 has been a year of transition and growth, and today marks an important anniversary for my own path as an artist.Read More