Little Lush Landscapes capture the glimpses of marsh I see of Little Ogeechee River. It’s interesting what a new route will bring to mind. As I go over the bridge a bright panoramic view pops up. Savannah days lately have included cool air and gusts of wind. Using oil paint on 8×8 wood panel theContinue reading “Little Lush Landscapes”
Category Archives: Earlier Work
Can Serrat Residency: El Bruc, Spain
This past June I was fortunate to live as an artist in Spain for the very first time.for a month at the Can Serrat residency. First, Thank you to my school for supporting this early leave and for supplementing part of the cost. I learned so much in this experience for myself and to shareContinue reading “Can Serrat Residency: El Bruc, Spain”
Can Serrat June 2014
My first artist in residency experience took place in El Bruc Spain at the foothills of Montserrat that is about 40 miles northwest of Barcelona. Geoff my husbands application was accepted too and we had a blast! The region and people inspired our work. Along with Gemma from the states, Helen, Andrew & Amanda fromContinue reading “Can Serrat June 2014”
Graduation on the way!
ebook now published!
Portfolio of Practice is a great resource for elementary art teachers (and older as my classmate informed me) to incorporate contemporary art and methods into your studio classroom. No longer will I teach “how to paint a symmetrical butterfly using warm and cool colors in five steps.” Contemporary art and methods using ten artists fromContinue reading “ebook now published!”
Porch Capstone Creating a front porch for my elementary school will be the final project in graduate school. The front porch of my grandmothers mountain home has been a huge part of my life that I knew, but not until it started surfacing in my graduate classes. Because this place has kept me grounded, allowedContinue reading “The Porch”