21 April 2011


OK, I can never say the word poppies with out putting on a witch accent like on The Wizard of Oz.  Which means that for the past few weeks I've been threatening everyone, "and their little dog Too!"

Perhaps I'll have to indulge myself and go buy a new pair of ruby slippers.

02 March 2011

The Grove

So I know I showed a commission piece that I did for Christmas, but this painting is actually my first Commissioned work.
Because it's of the Sacred Grove I wanted it to be just right, so I really took my time with it, which definitely paid off.

16 December 2010

Beets, Bears, Batlestar Galactica

This is my Totally Awesome portrait of one Mr. Dwight Schrute.
It has been seriously so fun.  I never thought that I would say this, but I think I would be interested in having one in my house :)

Thanks Marlo for this awesome request!!

15 December 2010

What are you working on Lately?

Well, I'm not one to spoil surprises, but I'm working on what may be the funnest painting yet.
I'm not going to reveal what it is yet, but I will give you some pics of my background.
 Beautiful isn't it.
Anything could go in front, but only one thing will.

08 December 2010

Market this Weekend!

Just to let ya'll know, I'll be showing again this weekend at Mindy Mae's Market.
This week we will be showing in Pleasant View
You can check out all my stuff in person so please come and see what I have that's new!
All this and More!

02 December 2010

Abstract Mini's

So I've been having a lot of fun lately working on my newest projects.  
They are small one inch square abstract watercolor paintings that I have set in a silver square necklace pendant.  They are all covered in resin to give it a really nice shine, and to also help preserve the painting itself by making it water resistant.
They all come on an 18 inch matching silver chain, and in a small gift box (that fits perfectly in a stocking!).
Here are a few pics to give a sneak peak.

23 November 2010

I don't know if there'll be snow

When my little sister, Mattie, was about 6 years old 
she had to learn the lyrics to Holly Jolly Christmas.
She walked around singing the first 2 lines 
and over
and over
and over...
Ever since then that song has been indelibly burned into my memory, and, unconsciously, I sometimes hum it during the holidays. 
It's no wonder then that these little beauties came out when I started out wanting to paint something for the season.

My little Cup of Cheer is a little bigger than a 2 inch square

The Holiday Tea Pot is also a little over a 2 inch circle.

Both, along with my other holiday works will be available at the next Mindy Mae's Market on December 10th and 11th in Pleasant View, Utah
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