A culinary delight at The French Room! Continue reading High Tea at The Adolphus, Easter 2021
I don’t typically put up a Christmas tree but 2020 is different. I even splurged and purchased a pink tree because unconventional is fun. Continue reading COVID Christmas Tree
I wanted to document some of the unexpected events that have happened during COVID-19 as well as highlight the positive behavior I’ve witnessed. That’s how Wheel of COVID, an art piece came to fruition. Continue reading Wheel of COVID
I was imbibing a Starbucks Java Chip Frappuccino with my friend, Tore Bellis, last Fall. That’s when the spark of creativity hit me: I want to write for Creative Machine Embroidery!
My art is whimsical and made with thought and heart. The materials are either from my collection of items, found objects or donations from my friends and family who want to see what I can make with their items. I also find special items from antique stores and estate sales. Continue reading Now Open! Empirical Whimsy
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
The sheltering in place directive can get a little tedious. I have found channeling creativity to be a satisfying use of time. Continue reading Channeling creativity during COVID-19
I recently took a Barbie doll apart for an art project. (I needed her head). Continue reading A Shell of Her Former Self
For Christmas 2019, I visited Crystal Bridges of American Art in Bentonville, Arkansas. It is my favorite museum because it has art that fits my taste.
One of the art displays featured books with Borax crystals. This intrigued me… Continue reading Memories of Tomorrow
Here’s a collaboration of dolls across the US and even Australia sending an important message… Continue reading Spread Smiles, not Coronavirus
I started this piece a few months ago but had a mental block. Last night the spark of ideas flowed so I pulled out the spray paints, leftover embroidered butterfly and assorted whatnots to complete the piece. Continue reading Chaos & Hope