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Windy day in the mountains, sun shining, cold air, big blue sky...
This is “No Wrong Season.” It’s oil and acrylic on canvas and measures 30x30 inches. Want to be transported to wide open spaces outdoors? Visit the shop link in bio to check it out.
Starting off my week feeling extra blessed!! Here’s another little baby I created during my time in Portland and is currently available for purchase. Slide thru, babe 😘
PRICED TO SELL @ $40⁉️‼️‼️
Acrylic on Panel
This is the portion of Summer that causes me the most angst. Kids are still home, but camps are done and Fall is buzzing in the air. I won’t be very productive due to back to school obligations, but I still insist on a few hours of studio time everyday. So, I’ve learned not to take myself seriously during this time. I’ll play and experiment, try new things, fail a lot, waste materials, and likely open up a new chapter in my work! Here, I’m playing with creating paint skins for an idea I’ve got brewing. Can’t wait to see how it dries!
Paul Cézanne, Mont Sainte-Victoire and the Viaduct of the Arc River Valley, 1882-85
"I am progressing very slowly, for nature reveals herself to me in very complex forms; and the progress needed is incessant."
Calling it quits on this one. All of my art comes from a nostalgic place. I like the challenge of visually depicting things like memories and thoughts that are fleeting and chaotic. In this particular painting, I was thinking a lot about being a child and experiencing the world in such a euphoric way. I feel like I have been chasing that sense of euphoria ever since I was a child. If there was ever one thing I could go back in time and tell myself, it would be to soak it all in and enjoy it before it’s gone.