This piece had many starts and stops but eventually came together. It is chaotic and messy just like a drunk driving accident. Continue reading The World As I See It: Shelf of Remembrance
Artist’s Statement: March in to heaven with the confidence and innocence of a child. We know in our hour of need, God will remember and not forsake us. Continue reading Art Piece: March in to Heaven
This new piece is part of my ongoing “Remember Me” series. I prepared the canvas earlier this year but had difficulty adding the components. Early iterations had a different frame, photos, and orientation. Nothing was working but I didn’t get discouraged. The best part about the creative process is the moment when I know it’s right. Continue reading New Art Piece: Universal Language
I just completed a new art piece, “Butterfly wings”.
Little tentative one, make haste and take flight with your shiny, gilded wings. While you may damage the wings along your journey you have what it takes to be courageous as a lion yet delicate and beautiful as a rose. Continue reading Little bashful one, make haste and take flight
This book is 136 years old! (Dec 25, 2021 – Dec 25, 1885). I acquired this treasure one week before Christmas. I learned it is 136 years old and was given to Emma Johnson as a Christmas gift from a school teacher! I have been researching for a week, discovering fascinating pieces of history about the people and places tied to this book. Read on for more information. Continue reading Emma Johnson’s Autograph Book from December 25, 1885
A close-up look at the beauty of cicada wings. They resemble stained glass! Continue reading Cicada Wings
How I combined doll parts, an old photo and butterfly wings into an original art piece. Continue reading Doll Arms, Butterfly Wings and a Black and White Photo
There is a fascinating microcosm in a heap of debris. Continue reading A flood at Oak Point Park, Part 2
A couple days ago Oak Point Park in Plano experienced a heavy thunderstorm.
When I approached the debris-laden area, I was surprised to discover the number of critters hanging on for dear life. … Continue reading A flood and unexpected truces at Oak Point Park, Part 1