|This year looks to be another busy year for me. I am thrilled
to be teaching and especially travel teaching as much as I
am. I would love to come to your chapter to teach. Just
email me on my availability.
Please check out my schedule on my "Schedule and
Workshop" web page. I will be scheduling some Saturday
painting classes in my home as my schedule allows. Keep
checking my schedule, I would love to paint with you!
|View from my studio
window in May 2009
|WHAT I PAINTED THIS YEAR
This year I painted more florals, some with dewdrops,
a Christmas Poinsettia and abstract poppies. Pollen
Count was such a hit that I have painted an additional
lily painting using the color sanding technique. I
named it after the Bluenose Decorative Painters in
Nova Scotia where I painted it. The Poinsettia was
painted for my 2012 Christmas card and is being
taught at Artist Expo in Houston 2013
I continue to love painting the collages and have
added a Geisha and Christmas collage to my
collection. the Hibiscus Collage will be taught in 2014
for Artist Expo.
Please be patient with me as I write the packets for
these new projects.
|View from my studio window
December 26, 2010
|ART ON A LINE
I was thrilled to be number one in sales at the 2011 Art on a Line
show of the Northstar Watercolor Society. Good news, I still have
lots of paintings left to sell. When I have the time, I am trying to get
my paintings imaged and placed on my website. Until then, if you
are interested in any of my pieces, please feel free to contact me, I
probably have that painting in inventory! I would love to sell it to you.
|WHAT A WONDERFUL YEAR.
I had the pleasure of traveling to Baton Rouge
Louisiana, Fort Mill South Carolina, Calgary
Canada, Richmond Virginia, Kirkland Washington,
Wichita Kansas, Houston Texas, Columbus Ohio,
Raleigh North Carolina, Marlborough Massachusetts
and Nova Scotia Canada. I had the added pleasure
of painting with some very talented women and
made some good friends.
I was honored to be selected by Artist Expo to teach
on a cruise. The enrollment wasn't as good as we
had hoped, but it was a wonderful opportunity and I
loved working with Tim and Tony at Artist Expo.
I fell and broke my right hand the first week of
August, and that slowed me down somewhat. It took
two surgeries and a lot of rehabilitation, but thanks to
everyone's help I was able to continue my teaching
schedule at Hoot, Net, Raleigh and Nova Scotia. My
hand is much better. The broken hand made my
paintings even looser than before, I didn't think that
was possible. Thanks to all of you for your
understanding and patience with me.
In 2014 I will be part of Artist Expo's team of
teachers traveling to 5 different cities. Look for the
details on my Schedule page.