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Acrylic on Canvas
Tanglewood and the surrounding area of Weedon Island Preserve is my backyard. My husband and I often go out on our kayaks and fishing boat very early in the morning or at sunset. I find great peace and serenity in nature. The ever changing world of land and seascape continue to inspire me.
Crack of dawn
Acrylic on canvas 36x36
Sea Grape (Dyptic)
each panel 39 x 16 inches
Printmaking was my first love. As a result I have always had an affinity for beautiful paper. There is something about the feel of natural fiber. These mixed media pieces include my own hand made paper, 65 year old suede,silk ,upholstery nails, jewelry and glass.
33 x 27 paper, suede and silk
My three kids
30 x 22 Seude and Abaca paper framed
35 x 27 Gampi papyrus collage
6 x 8 Red beaded ball, upholstery nails,Mica and thread in paper pulp
19 x 33Thread, Brass shavings,Mica pulp painting mounted and framed
Acrylic skins are created by applying paint to a surface other than canvas. Once the painting is finished, it is removed from the original surface . I transfer it to either paper where I might add more paint, or I sandwich the painting between sheets of plexiglass giving the viewer the option of both sides of the painting, much like stained glass.
22x15 Acrylic skin on Watercolor paper
35x27 Acrylic skin on watercolor paper framed
For the Trees
24x20 Acrylic skin mounted on watercolor paper framed
I first became interested in paper making at Penland School of Crafts. I quickly fell in love with pigmented paper pulp and continue to use this process as another avenue for my painting practice..