Sunday, March 29, 2015

Illustration Friday: Outside

Dreary grey skies.
Longing for spring, then summer
among other things.
And yet I wait because experience has told me
they will arrive as planned.

acrylic on canvas, 12" x  24"  available $225

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Friday, March 06, 2015

Illustration Friday: Path

Hmmm, I guess he doesn't like other dogs, especially poodles!
This is my entry for Illustration Friday this week, for the word path.

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colored pencil and ink on a grocery bag

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Monday, February 02, 2015

Illustration Friday: Jagged

Jagged on the outside here and there.
A regular mush-pile on the inside.
And she grants wishes. For real


Sunday, January 25, 2015

Illustration Friday: Passion

Her heart constantly fluttered like a swarm of butterflies because of her passion for life.

Digital collage, rubber stamps, colored pencil

Friday, October 03, 2014

Illustration Friday: Silence

This week's word is silence.
I had to use one of my favorites as it fits so well.
Happy weekend everyone!

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Sunday, August 17, 2014

Illustration Friday : Journey

It's been forever since I've posted. I'm going to try to show up once a week via IllustrationFriday and get back into the groove!

This painting lives with my dear friend in the Netherlands and it's my choice to represent this week's word:Journey.

Tuesday, April 15, 2014

Intuitive Collaging

I have been mentoring my friend's daughter as she is making her way to Massachusetts College of Art so she can become an art therapist. One thing she loves doing is making intuitive collages with me.
The idea isn't to make a pretty picture, but rather select images, colors and patterns that resonate with your feelings on a gut level, put them together and see what story they tell.
These are my two from last night.

This top one speaks to me in a couple of different ways. One about evolution, and perhaps the other about ancestry or the circle of life.

This second one tells me that this person is clearly at a crossroads in his life. His posture may appear that all things seems lost or impossible, but the symbol of the bird with outstretched wings is a sign of hope, as well as the "all-knowing" eye in the sky. The building can mean a place or safety and respite, or even a church. This one really pulled me in as I created it.

It's so good to be back on the blogs! I hope to make at least weekly posts again.
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