If you find yourself suffering from color deprivation, I offer this painting as a cure. It’s a pink and red tornado of pure joy, painted while listening to a dance mix. Come on spring!
“Juniper” captures my memory of a resting spot found on one of my hikes along the High Sierra. That particular day the sky was an intense Tahoe blue, and the weathered tree trunk shone silvery gray. Juniper trees are shaped by their resilience to the trials of wind and weather, which contributes to their unique character and strength. I think this analogy applies to people as well.
Here’s a new piece in the Candy series. The series was named by my dear friend Alexis Kelly, a fabulous fashionista and art diva, who is my comrade in our mutual quest to push into new territory with our art. She described these works as ” yummy and delicious,” and her encouragement inspired me to keep pursuing this direction. Best advice that she’s given me: “Close your eyes!” Thank you Alex.