Tag Archives: mixed media art

Mother's Garden

Mother’s Garden 52 Projects #24

This past Sunday was Mother’s Day here in the USA.  I was remembering my Mother’s garden so many moons ago now.  It was not fancy, it was not ornate but it sure was cheery. I believe these memories were the impetus for this small 8×10″ painting. (you are seeing the cropped instagram version). She will […]


Art Dolls and Softies

My dual fishy nature often causes me to head in two directions in my creative life.  Some days it’s all soft and cute, other days it’s funky and odd.  Some days it’s both.  There is no consistency in my path, but I feel like my authenticity comes through no matter where I wander on my […]


New works 

I’ve had so many irons in the fire and nothing getting done for a week or more. Feeling better, I tackled completing some projects yesterday. New work with ideas flowing. Moving toward Spring in my mind on this frigid Valentine’s Day.                       Feels good to feel better. Have an xoxoxoxox kind […]


Captured by painting again

Painting has captured me in it’s grips.  Lots moving intuitively, only one to show a bit so far.  More to come with the framing and inclusions. An assemblage painting of sorts. Some close-ups And it all started here… More later…   <a href=”http://www.bloglovin.com/blog/14620307/?claim=mqeunegs7ac”>Follow my blog with Bloglovin</a>  


Connectedness 2016

Connecting the dots of my creative life, mining for the tiny diamonds of my experiences, stitching them together like a string of jewels to wear.  Big changes moving forward into this new web site.  A new home to share all that my creative, heart-full life entails, experiencing the connectedness to everything. Visioning what the future […]


Art Dolls Invading

Art doll making – rather invading.  The Lavender Bellies.  Working on my table for the York Art Association Holiday show and sale. Hand painted canvas, vintage buttons, felted wools and lavender sachets inside. You, dear friends, know I like my art dolls on the funky side. Rag poetry as a design element and of course […]