texture-filled fun I had with paper mache. I was sooooo inspired by Sue Pelletier in the May/June 2008 issue of Cloth, Paper, Scissors that I had to create my own versions. I hope you like them.
They turned out very cush-ie, I think. I even had a fellow come to the viewing during First Friday at City of the World Art Gallery and say, "I know those chairs..." and proceed to name them. What fun!
altered canvas paintings is this one called Potter's Shrine. It was a challenge because it contains many different processes. The frame ...
Green Tea Joy contains paper ephemera, acrylic paint, stamping and stenciling.
Here is a painting I did a few years back. It looks like a cool night in Autumn in the country. Just really not that way though here. St...
Creating faces can be challenging. We have certain ideas about just how one should look. The eyes show the most emotion and personality f...