I am now offering new Mini Art Workshops for busy people. Shorter format workshops are meant to get your feet wet and give you a taste of the subject matter.
I just wanted to posta quick note to wish you a wonderful holiday season and a hopeful, happy and healthy New Year. Thank you so much for all of your support, encouragement, and belief in me and my art. Here is our 2016 holiday card. Every year we commission a different artist to create a […]
I am thrilled to share that you can now find my artwork in Gallery 24 in Los Gatos, CA. Gallery 24 is a partnership between local artists and the Los Gatos Morning Rotary Charitable Foundation.
I thought about writing a gratitude post, something talking about all I am thankful for. There is a lot to be thankful for. I am so blessed and am really grateful for everything and everyone in my life. But these are turbulent times and despite all that I have to be thankful for I have also been feeling a lot of uneasiness lately.
I am thrilled to share that I am a featured artist on the Artsy Shark website. I hope you enjoy the article and images.
For the past few years I have been honored to be one of the artists chosen to create a very large 6ft x 5ft 400lb public art heart sculpture for the San Francisco General Hospital Foundation. Creating these hearts has been a really amazing experience. I thought I would share a little about each one of them with you.
Just one more week to receive free shipping on my new book Bugs and Botanicals – The Interconnectedness of Nature
I am so excited to share this big news with you – I published my very first art book! You know how much I love books; they are an essential part of my art making and creativity. I’ve wanted to make one for long time and trusted that someday it would happen when the time was right. Well, today is the day and I am so proud of this book.
I am excited to share that I will be painting another heart for the San Francisco General Hospital Foundation. This will be my third heart and I am really looking forward to creating a new design.
The project seemed pretty straight forward, create 50 pieces of artwork in 50 days. Or at least that’s what I thought when chosen by juror Brian Gross of Brian Gross Fine Art in SF and The Sanchez Art Center. Little did I know how much this project would push me creatively.