Essential Office Tool

Yup. After burning the broccoli, nearly forgetting to pick up my kids, and having 20 minutes online turn into 60 without me even noticing, I splurged and bought an egg timer.Yes, Alyson Stanfield recommended this time management tool when I took her o…

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Sushi For Karin

5″x 7″acrylic on masoniteHere is my latest entry for Karin Jurick’s Different Strokes From Different Folks challenge.It continues to amaze me how much color you can find in things when you really scrutinize them!This was a quick painting that involved …

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Beaverton Farmers’ Market GeraniumsTriptych

3- 18″x 36″ canvasesacrylicI was given the opportunity to hang artwork in a local coffee shop but, since my recent paintings have been under 12″x 12″ or commissioned pieces, I needed to create something larger for the space.I spent many Saturdays last …

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Color Checking

Sample of color checking papersI am working on a triptych of canvases that are 18″x 36″. When I get excited about a painting I just want to start! But I made myself slow down and spend some extra time planning before I started painting. With this size…

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Wigs In A Window

Here is my latest entry (my cartoon on top, reference photo below) to Karin Jurick’s Different Strokes challenge. I usually do a painting, but I just thought that those poor wigs are stuck in the window with nothing to do but look outside and they MUST…

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Inspiration From You – February 2009 & What Do You Do When You Get Stuck?

Adam The Altar Boy5″x 7″acrylic on masoniteFirst of all, meet Adam the altar boy! Adam loves going to church and asked if he could help serve in some way and was given the honor of assisting on Sundays by lighting candles and carrying the cross, etc. …

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