This is an example of the latest incarnation of my forest collage series. It is done on a 60 inch by 24 inch cradled board and as such doesn’t need framing. It is constructed of photos, found papers, magazine papers, tissue paper, cheesecloth and lots of paint and UV varnish. I wanted to see if I could successfully use a high horizon in a forest collage, so that most of the detail and interest is in the foreground. This painting is for sale for $2000.00

It won a juried search for art to hang in the new Exempla-St. Joseph’s Hospital in Denver. ┬áIt is hanging in one of the surgery waiting rooms.

It is also in the publication COLLECT which is a catalog for the exhibit of art in public collections in Colorado which took place at the Arvada Center for the Arts in 2014.

October 13, 2009

Forest Light 2 – SOLD

This is an example of the latest incarnation of my forest collage series. It is done on a 60 inch by 24 inch cradled board and […]
September 13, 2009

Ghosts of Africa

This is my watermedia version of Stopping Traffic (see collages). It love embellishing these mystical figures. This painting was juried into the Western Colorado Watercolor Society […]
September 13, 2009

Dust Up – SOLD

So I am into dots these days. This piece started out as a landscape based on a photo taken in my neighborhood. I began it in […]
September 13, 2009

Blue and Yellow – SOLD

Another still life with sunflowers which is a theme I keep coming back to. It must be the spirit of Vincent Van Gogh in my studio […]
September 13, 2009

Blues Connections – SOLD

I did this collage as a sequel to Havana Serenade. I was intrigued by the theme of musicians and wanted to see if I could keep […]
September 13, 2009

Buffalo Gal – SOLD

This was a commission that I did for a good friend who is a dedicated horsewoman. I used pictures of horses to depict her long curly […]
September 13, 2009

Collage Self Portrait Number One

My first attempt at a self portrait in collage came as the result of an assignment that I gave one of my collage classes at the […]
September 13, 2009

Complementary Lady – SOLD

Well, this collage has an interesting history. It started out as a watercolor of a seabed–fairly abstract. As such it was juried into a local exhibition […]
September 13, 2009

Havana Serenade SOLD

This piece was a class demonstration on using connecting geometrics. It took on a life of its own as another rumination on our Cuban experiences. I […]