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I Don’t Know What Kind of Painter I Want To Be

I Don’t Know What Kind of Painter I Want To Be

Posted by on Aug 25, 2017 in Blog | No Comments

(And that’s probably a good thing.) Although it doesn’t feel like it when I’m in the thick of it. Needless to say, I’ve had some frustrating moments of late in the studio. My brain is the type of brain that wants to plan ahead and keeps wanting to know the bigger picture. I like to categorize and label things.

Spectacular Peru

Spectacular Peru

Posted by on Aug 5, 2017 in Blog | No Comments

I had seen a picture of Rainbow Mountain in Peru earlier this year and I knew it was a place I wanted to see. When I started researching it and discovered that it was close to Machu Picchu the Googling increased. It was time for an adventure!

The 2nd Charles Dodgson Black & White Award

The 2nd Charles Dodgson Black & White Award

Posted by on Jul 28, 2017 in Blog | No Comments

I’ve just returned from an amazing trip to Peru! I took a lot of photographs and now need to edit my images and decide what I want to do with them. Some painting ideas inspired by the trip are also starting to percolate…

In the meantime, my photograph, Mortal Being, was selected as a finalist in the 2nd Charles Dodgson Black & White Award in the Portraits Category.

Hummingbird and Trail Hazards

Hummingbird and Trail Hazards

Posted by on Jul 6, 2017 in Blog | No Comments

Anyone who knows me, or those kind enough to follow my social media posts, knows that I am an avid trail runner, and am so happy when I am out in nature. I find it inspiring, rejuvenating, exhilarating, and peaceful. I am pretty much always in awe, even when it is the same route I have done many times.

Small Discoveries

Small Discoveries

Posted by on Jun 20, 2017 in Blog | No Comments

I’ve done a few small paintings recently and have made a few discoveries. The most important one being that even if you have no idea what you want to do in the studio, the best thing is just to actually do something, anything. I have some bigger ideas brewing, but sometimes just working small and more quickly is exactly what I need, either because of time constraints, or not wanting to commit to a bigger piece quite yet.