30 Encaustic Monoprints in 30 Days

30 Encaustic Monoprints in 30 Days

Challenge Complete: 30 Encaustic Monoprints in 30 days   Are you wondering why I took on such a challenge? I did it to explore encaustic (wax) monoprinting. In 2012, I took a class to learn the technique from artist, David A. Clark at the Conrad Wilde Gallery in...
Storm Drain Art

Storm Drain Art

I just love public art, don’t you? Public art is a reflection of the city. With strip malls and chain businesses lots of cities are starting to look the same. Public art adds character and uniqueness. Public art also has the ability to educate a community....
What if you can’t see the crowd naked?

What if you can’t see the crowd naked?

“Just say yes and you’ll figure it out afterwards.” – Tina Fey   I did what Tina told me. I was asked to find an artist to paint live while a musician performed at TEDxBend Women and I raised my hand and said, “I’ll do it!”...
New Year, New Studio at The Workhouse

New Year, New Studio at The Workhouse

It’s a new year and I’m moving my studio. I was accepted into The Workhouse in the Old Ironworks Arts District in Bend, Oregon. The Workhouse is part of the historic brick and mortar buildings built in 1912 to service Bend’s Lumber Mills and...
Mail Art Exhibition with the Phoenix Art Museum

Mail Art Exhibition with the Phoenix Art Museum

“Focus Latin America: Art is Our Last Hope” will be at Shade Gallery at the monOrchid from December 5, 2014 – January 12, 2015 I participated in Phoenix Art Museum’s international mail art exhibition, “Focus Latin America: Art is Our Last...