Wednesday, October 28, 2015

dream now







Escaping into the world of words and color and texture and line...

Thursday, October 22, 2015

Incomplete. In-between. In-process.

This is a section of the piece I'm working on right now.
I'm not sure why I like to share my unfinished in-process art. I should only post my perfected completed pieces. But I gave up being a perfectionist years ago when I discovered being a perfectionist doesn't make you perfect. Plus it's not an obtainable goal. Plus is not much fun. Also, I like how incomplete art looks. Sometimes I like it better than completed works. I guess I just relate with being in-between. That's where we all are right now. In-process.... 


Detail of incomplete piece, Love Dream Hope.


Wednesday, October 7, 2015

Prints of Pink Moon Lovelies book cover image


For those who have expressed interest in prints of the cover image for The Pink Moon Lovelies: Empowering Stories of Survival, they are available at my redbubble shop

Redbubble sets the minimum cost for items, some are unreasonable but I cannot customize certain things. The most economical reprints are the photographic printsgreeting cards, and stickers. Also reasonable are the spiral notebooks




More merchandise with this image is sold at Zazzle where proceeds go to breast and ovarian cancer research: http://www.zazzle.com/pinkmoonlovelies

The Pink Moon Lovelies: Empowering Stories of Survival is a compilation of short stories written by women who share their real-life experiences, struggles, lessons, etc., dealing with breast or ovarian cancer.

Sunday, October 4, 2015

My Art is Getting Stoned

Or maybe my stones are getting art!

I collected these stones from the shores of the Finger Lakes over the summer. Each stone is hand-painted and finished with a UV-resistant clear acrylic coating. Leather straps have adjustable slip-knots.

To view necklaces for sale online, check out my Etsy shop.

Avoid shipping costs and view a larger selection at Wrap It Up Gift Shop & Cafe in Trumansburg NY (about 2 miles North of the Rongo). The gift shop includes hand-crafted items from over 100 artists in the region.