The holidays came and whizzed by so quickly, I hardly had a chance to decorate my own tree! I’m a bit behind on my blog. For posterity (*my kids*) I wanted to post about the honor I had of having my “Cupcake Liner Butterflies” published in Germany in 2017. Das […]
Tag: art is medicine
Over the last 18 months, I’ve continued to use art and painting to process the loss of my young son. This painting is another attempt to convey my feelings. It’s simple, really. Having three living children does not diminish the loss of my youngest. Geese often represent providence in Christian […]
Acrylic lift on matboard.
Another baby turtle for a special little girl in Germany. Her mother gave me some of her favorites to work from: the colors pink and purple, and the sea-side with sunshine and seashells. Just like the baby turtle with cheetah print that I painted for Miss B in California, this […]
Paint mixed with Liquitex “Blended Fibers” medium and combed through with a toothpick….
Here’s the cute turtle I painted for sweet Miss B., a little girl with Cockayne Syndrome here in the USA. Her mom told me she likes pink and cheetah print, so I designed a little turtle just for her. I always think of Knox when I see baby turtles. This […]
Knox was here with us for over 3 years, but sometimes it feels more like 3 seconds. The time was so short. Acrylic on Canvas, 24″ X 12″.
The inspiration for this painting came from the lines from Richard Aldington’s poem: “O Death, Thou art an healing wind That blowest over white flowers…” Once again, my friend found a large canvas in a dumpster. This is how it looked when he found it. It’s 24” x 48″. […]