Category Archives: Painting
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 … Continue reading
I’m a fan of chevron. It’s energizing! Check out these progression pictures of project I just completed with O’Neill Studios.
Experimenting with trees and conte crayon!
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 … Continue reading
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!
Sugar and spice and everything nice. That’s what little girls are made of! Let’s make sure their “Jack and Jill” bathroom is sweet. Hand painted frames with monograms? YES! Birds, butterflies, and flowers? YES, PLEASE! I collaborated with O’Neill Studios … Continue reading
This time of year is always inspiring to me. I often feel over stimulated by the changing of seasons. So much so, that I just have to paint and release. In these times, painting is usually fast for me. Something … Continue reading
Lately, I’ve been allowing myself 15 minutes of “creative whatever” time each day. Most are inspired by something I liked on Pinterest. The only limit is that I have to start and finish the project in said time. Also, not … Continue reading