Just received my photobook portfolio and I am pleased with the results. Colors are true and quality of pages and book are satisfactory. Price was reasonable especially since it was a groupon deal. There are 26 pages and layout was completely editable. It was an easy layout interface. I plan on another book except it... Continue Reading →
I have been using FrameBuilder app to show what my art can look like properly framed and matted. This mixed media piece was created using Photopshop, Sketches on my iPadPro and C4D 3D elements.
I have a love-hate relationship with HDR photography. When photographing on bright sunny days I set my AE bracketing to on and will take 3-5 bursts of photos. It is especially helpful when photographing areas where there is extremely bright areas and dark shadow areas. In this photo there were pics where sky and back... Continue Reading →
A lone tree captured in Quakertown, PA. with my Olympus E-30 "It is a tree of life to those who take hold of it, And those who keep firm hold of it will be called happy" - Proverbs 3:18
I have included a new page on my website that gives several examples of my work framed, sizes and pricing included. These prices do no reflect the price of the actual artwork. I have found framebridge to be reasonable in price and have a variety of options for sizes, matting and colors. Once my art... Continue Reading →
This collage to date is my most popular artwork on Pinterest. Total engagements over a thousand, saved to 346 boards. Not my most colorful piece but definitely a popular one.
Here is one of several pieces I have created using textures created from digital watercolors and my photography. Some times I may steal a pic here there from my husband but these three door I took using my point and shoot Sony digital camera in Tuscany. I combine my pics with collected ephemera and digital... Continue Reading →
This collage was a little out of the box for me. I started with an image my husband took of the boat house on Alexandria harbor pier. I was inspired by another artist on Pinterest that used images of Manhattan architecture as the base of collages. I attempted to start my collage using an digital... Continue Reading →
These pieces surprisingly are created from recycled pieces of my art. There are several pieces that I have used as a base for this abstract. I take pieces of a variety of textures and artwork and place them on blank canvas. I try to connect them like puzzle pieces. Then I go about painting and... Continue Reading →