Getting started on artwork from my new studio in Richmond.
Recently, I completed two different projects with floor stripes for O’Neill Studios. That’s a lot of tape and perfect tape lines. Check this out! Navy (love it), over a natural cedar wood and a neutral over a dry pickled wood (anthropologie, yes please). Note the sense of accomplishment as displayed by the pictures of us jumping with joy.
I’m a fan of chevron. It’s energizing! Check out these progression pictures of project I just completed with O’Neill Studios.
I am thrilled to be involved with this program. I’m collaborating with an amazing team to design curriculum. I’m also the visual art and puppetry teacher. Here’s a flyer in case you know of any teens that want to be part of this experience. You can download your own copy by clicking on this link ArtAbility Flyer 4.4
A dear friend recently made a toy box for my son Dean. I added some hand painted vintage airplane silhouettes and a faux wood grain to match his new “big boy” bed frame.
I flew into DC the Sunday before Hurricane Sandy. The horizon line as we landed was mixed with fall and winter colors. I was relieved to return home and it inspired me to paint this. I hope it communicates a glimpse of hope for those that lost during the storm.
Here’s a link to donate directly to the Red Cross, or if you are interested in purchasing this painting I am very interested in donating 100% of proceeds.
I love finishing and restoring fireplaces. They are small and therefore not overly time consuming, but always make a big impact. I especially like natural stone finishes. Here’s one of my latest!