The majority of her work is in illustration, and graphic design layout for books and other publications. For color images she uses oils, watercolors, or acrylics; for black and white using pen&ink, pencil, chaulk and charcoal utilizing a surreal representational style that is typically very colorful with dramatic lighting.
Experiencing bright colors, customs, and a wide range of cultures all around her while growing-up in the tropics, her art has bright unexpected and unusual color combinations. Current inspirations are derived from her rural Northwest life, including sports, wildlife, figure drawing and landscapes. She is called to the canvas with a goal, “To produce art that inspires a feeling that will walk-away-with-you after your encounter.”
A Rooster is the closest relative to a turkey that I have handy in my work to wish you a Happy Thanksgiving with..
ARTWORK IS COMING DOWN! Two very recent works of art at the Kress Gallery-River Park Square will be taken down on Monday the 28th. If you want to see them in person go ahead and check them out before them at the River Park Square gallery before they are gone. The Kress Gallery is a 2,650 square foot, multi-use room, located adjacent to the Atrium Cafes on the third level of River Park Square.
The "Portrait Golden Retriever/Poodle" and a large multiple hummingbird painting entitled, "Hummingbirds Seven J1516". Both paintings are for sale, call or text me if you want one.
The show is up for public viewing from Friday Nov. 4th through Nov. 27th, 2016.
Please feel free to email me ...I am in the Inland Northwest-Washington State (PST) Pacific Standard Time Zone.