Do you remember the Apollo missions? The day Armstrong stepped on the moon? Clear as a bell - I do, and those days were full of possibilities. We can get back there. “Manifesto series: Europe, Africa and the other side of the world.”
Happy to announce "Manifesto Series: Earth As An Ocean Planet" and two additional works have been purchased by Mission Hospital for Advanced Medicine for their permanent collection. Opening will be in the fall! So excited!
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The summer heat is here, and with it an unsettled mood. Getting that energy out onto the canvas is the only thing that relieves the pressure. I’m imagining the earth crunching, moving, shifting and changing. There’s the warm and the cool in flux, in contention.
Or maybe it’s because I’m having foot surgery in 2 weeks. That would unsettle anyone.
Thank you to the collectors from Germany for commissioning this work! So glad that you “love it” !
12 X 12”, unframed on canvas mounted on wood frame; acrylic, oil, for sal
New release in the Manifesto Series; a response to over-nationalism. Please see additional information here:
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So grateful to the French collector! This piece is from the Manifesto Series. I am deeply moved by natural earth forces, and I started this series with a new approach to applying fluid paint to landscapes. It’s become more entrenched then that, with a look at the primordial forces beneath the mountains, trees and oceans. It’s a consideration of the fact that humans can’t control everything, but that we can affect the earth in a profound way.
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Have a reflective day.
Getting a good start on a new earth as a part of the Manifesto series. Trying some new flow medium and viscosities. These paintings are so freeing and unpredictable - and that’s a good thing.
Got some beautific blues and silvers lined up for work on a commission. Very excited to get going and recreate the earth. Did I mention I like blues? And the earth?
Many of my favorite pieces were sold over the weekend at the Open Studio Tour - thank you to the delightful collectors and all of the supportive, funny, interesting and happy people that came by! I hope these pieces brighten your world.
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A new gallery in Paris, France has sold "Manifesto: Blue Marble Earth" & wants to commission more. Thank you very much to the French collector! Please come & see more art at the Kenilworth Arts Association Studio Tour, May 25 & 26, 10 - 5pm; I'll be at 71 Finalee Ave. in Asheville!
Please join me on Memorial Day Weekend, May 25 & 26, 2018 for the Kenilworth Art Association Studio Tour. My location is 71 Finalee Ave., Asheville, from 10 - 5pm. Lots of new work and good deals.
Very excited to take part in this tour! If you have a chance, come by - I’ll have originals, prints, oils, acrylics, drawings, etc.!
12X12”, acrylic on archival board, available.
I was supposed to go to the launch but it got complicated with the timing and the dogs, so my husband went. It was wonderful to experience the launch vicariously and watch the launches video stream.
Good grief, the power, the sound, the blinding light. That hundreds of people would be there at 2 - something in the morning was just incredible. The flight will be manned in July; maybe I’ll try again.
”At 2:49 a.m. EST on March 2, SpaceX launched Crew Dragon’s first demonstration mission from Launch Complex 39A (LC-39A) at NASA’s Kennedy Space Center in Florida. This test flight without crew on board the spacecraft is intended to demonstrate SpaceX’s capabilities to safely and reliably fly astronauts to and from the International Space Station as part of NASA’s Commercial Crew Program.”