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 →
Been sitting and creating these geometric style doodles on my iPad Pro. Not sure if i would ever use them but they are fun to create while I sit and watch TV or having a cup of coffee in Starbucks. This morning i thought- "How could I incorporated these in my mixed media collages"? Here is what... Continue Reading →
Love to use a variety of textures in my collages. I have started to use my Tayasui watercolors in my collage pieces. Some a more subtle use and this one I think they are the star of the show. This piece is called The White Room and you can find this and many more at... Continue Reading →
There are so many fun pieces you can utilize in collage work. Two of my favorite finds are cardboard and catalog pages. In this piece I have a piece of cardboard from packaging. I sat and tore box up and then with a scissors I pealed back side to reveal that rippled corrugated look you... Continue Reading →