Did You Know

That art does not have to exactly match the decor. Art is a personal choice and when one chooses a piece it has spoken to the person. It evokes a pleasant memory. It depicts the same interests of a person. When you see it and walk by it everyday it should make you happy. This is the way art fits into a home, whether it is an original piece or an archival reproduction.

This painting; “No Goldfish Allowed” will be hanging in the Artlink Regional Artists Show From January 4, 2019 to February 8, 2019. The opening reception is January 4 from 5pm to 8 pm. Artlink is located at
300 East Main Street
Fort Wayne, IN

An archival reproduction can be ordered at the Art Shop.

Artlink Regional Artist Exhibition

Last night was the opening reception for the Regional Exhibition. An artist could submit 5 entries and one of mine was accepted, “From the Garden”.

Here is is on the far right. It looked pretty on the wall with the other two.

The next pieces are ones that I thought noteworthy. This one is called “Blacklist”. The subject matter is the Holocaust. Inside the little doors on black paper are names. Up close the children were very mesmerizing. Not a light picture but done very well.

This is called “View of Florence”. It is done with very thick oils. It took everything I had not to touch it. I was wondering if all the layers of oils were even dry.

This one is called “Fungal Bloom IV”. It is made with Fungus, gold leaf, birch plywood, spray paint.

“Moon Garden” on a 36 X 36 Canvas. All Acrylic Paint done beautifully.

You understand as well as I do. That’s all I know.

Beautifully done with Fabric.

“Twister” acrylic paint and PVC panel.

My husband renamed this piece-Mob taking their work home. It was just sitting on the floor…Quirky, but a definite conversation starter.

This is a woodcut, that was hand colored and glow paint was used for the light coming from the flying saucer. It is called “I want to believe”.

Burning – encaustic and mixed media. I thought these pieces were noteworthy and I feel honored that a painting I created is hanging with many other artists in a gallery.