Who I'm Digging


No pun intended, but this guy's stuff is my eye candy du jour. He paints on plexi and often uses text in his work. What more could a girl ask for? Check him out -> Tony Savoie

Here's another plexi painter whose work I really admire -> Monica Reede

Some New Pieces


A Thin Line Between Heaven and Earth
Acrylic and Charcoal on Paper
17 x 22"

Ways to Live Forever
Acrylic on Paper
17 x 22"

More New Work


I completed some things on paper for a regional juried show. All pieces are around the 9 x 12" size.


A Beautiful Destruction

An Inside Job

Three Songs of the Sea

Acceptance: New Narratives (Nov 10 - Dec 10, 2009)


Just got word that Into the Woods was accepted for this show! Unfortunately I'll be out of town the during the day when the juror gives a talk. The reception is that same evening, so I'm going to try to make it there for that.

I'm really excited to be included in this show since storytelling is a central theme to most of my work.

New Narratives: Stories and Messages in Contemporary Art
National All-media Juried Show
Cade Fine Arts Center Gallery
Anne Arundel Community College, Arnold, MD
Juror: Peter Bruun, Artistic Director, Art on Purpose, Baltimore, MD

Nov. 10 - Dec. 10, 2009: Exhibition
Thursday, Nov. 12, 12:30 p.m.: Juror's Talk
Thursday, Nov. 12, 6-8 p.m.: Reception

New Work


Two are still works in progress, but I had a great day off just losing myself in color and texture and washes.

9 x 11"
Acrylic and Charcoal on Paper

11 x 7.5"
Acrylic on Paper

Hidden History
11 x 9"
Acrylic on Paper

Small Losses
8.5 x 8.5"
Acrylic on Acrylic Sheet
(Work in Progress)

[Currently Untitled]
8 x 9"
Acrylic on Acrylic Sheet

8 x 10"
Acrylic on Acrylic Sheet
(Work in Progress)



Just got back from attending a conference for work there. I love this town.

I walked around to see some of the places I'd photographed in spring 2008, and most looked the same. I had hoped that some of the renovations for the interiors of the old buildings would be done and filled with thriving shops. I guess when 1 of 10 people are unemployed in a city, these kinds of projects fall to the wayside.

I dug up my old photos since I forgot my camera this time around. Such lovely surfaces...