This is a 5×7 oil painting that was done as an exercise in an art class. The task was to paint something for 30 minutes… with your non-dominant hand. I was scared that painting left-handed would result in nothing but gobs of paint colors splattered on the canvas, so I chose to paint flowers, which are… Continue reading Apparently I can paint with my left hand!
“The Fisherman” is from a photo I took in the summer of 2013. The gentleman is someone who is retired and loves to spend hours of time in his boat. There were many times when he would slowly pass by in pursuit of his perfect morning catch. His peace and serenity was easily apparent and… Continue reading The Fisherman
I took many art classes in High School and then stopped painting all together until the fall of 2009. The 1st year back was an epic fail with nothing that was “frame worthy.” In the fall of 2010 I turned the corner and began to come up with some solid pieces that my daughters wanted to… Continue reading Salvador Dali’s Persistence of Memory
In November 2011, I painted our family pet, Ginger. Ginger thought she was human and frequently sat like this in her chair, always looking at us with an all-knowing look. One of the things that I like about this painting is the whimsical style that I created to capture her very regal attitude. I was also… Continue reading “Ginger”
My in-laws moved out of their house after 50 years. In the process of that move, this painting was created. While emptying the house, my husband took all of the toys that he and his 3 brothers played with and carefully piled them up onto a tree stump in the backyard. My daughter took a… Continue reading “The Toys”
On Saturday, September 19th, 2015 the Londonderry Arts Council is sponsoring a day of Music, Art, Family Fun and Food. The event is from 10AM-4PM at the Morrison House Museum Site, Pillsbury Road, Londonderry, NH. I am honored to have been selected to participate in this event as an artist, and this will be the first time… Continue reading Stop by and say “hello”
Tuckerman Ravine is a favorite hiking trail located in the White Mountains of New Hampshire. If you bring your skis, you can enjoy skiing the bowl. Hiking the trail to the top without skis will give you this breathtaking view. Living in New Hampshire in a family of avid skiers, this became a subject that… Continue reading Tuckerman Ravine