Acrylic on stretched canvas, 1 1/2" deep.
Crown of Thorns #1
Acrylic on canvas
An abstract with textures made with paints and other paint products. Painted on foam with a simple wood frame in black. I do have prints available. Please contact me for information on how to purchase. Dimensions listed are approximate.
Snow Field Sunrise
Acrylic on canvas (approx 3/4" deep)
My Winter Sunrise
Acrylic on Canvas (1 1/2" in depth) A painting of a sunrise that I saw one early January morning out my window. There was a sliver of moon in the sky as the sun was coming up. The sky was golden behind the trees- and although I've seen many sunrises from my window, I can't remember the sky being so gold!
City in Fall Collage
A collage made up of paper from the Saturday Evening posts from the 1920-30's with trees painted in the background with acryclics. The details of the buildings were painted with acrylics also. This abstract evolved as I was working on it. Lots of fun for me to do.
Part of the Christmas Play set that I painted for a church program. It is part of a downtown city street.
Trees on Wood panel
Heavily textured painting, acyrlic and other product to add texture on wood plywood panel. Framed with a thin black frame to give it a finished look.
Sheet of Water
Textured acrylic painting on stretched canvas, approx. 3/4" in depth. There is texture under the paint and in the paint itself. This is one of my abstract "water" pieces.
A collage made from 1920-30's ads taken from the Saturday Evening post. Mixed media and edges are covered as well. Fun for a kitchen!
It seems I need to be active and doing something either physically or creatively-using my hands most of the time. I’ve been painting walls and rooms etc for years, and I’ve also done many different faux techniques and murals. Painting on canvas, wood and other surfaces is another way to fill the creative outlet. I find that painting is also a...Click here to continue reading
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I have seen some spectacular sunrises this winter and I can't wait to paint some of them! The best ones seemed to be on the coldest mornings, I'm not sure why. The snow has melted for now and although many people in my part of Ohio are happy about that-it just doesn't sit right with me. I love all the seaso...Click here to continue Readings
Help Save The Kids
Help Save the Kids serves the border region of Thailand/Burma. With a breakthrough children’s program we receive broken children that have been exposed to the great injustices that come from living in regions under civil war. Through education, love, learning to dream, and providing hope, we see the children’s potentials fulfilled...Click here to continue reading