CARDS ARE THE EQUIVALENT OF SKETCHES OR MODELS FOR LARGER WORKS TO ME.
I FIGURE OUT CONCEPTS FOR LARGER WORKS ON THIS SMALLER SCALE.
Collaged cut painted paper
with cut photograph of spoon
and empty raw sugar package
Collaged cut painted paper with
printed rice paper
Swirls of Acrylic paint...
When my Uncle Charlie told me about a breed of cow called the Belted Galloway and nicknamed the Oreo Cow I thought he was pulling my leg.
We based the color scheme for our addition on the paintings of
After looking for so long at his paintings
I was inspired.
Merry Christmas & Happy New Year!
I celebrated by printing vector artwork which is "infinitely scalable" very very very very very very very
I sketch with pen, scan those sketches, print copies of those sketches on watercolor paper and then try out different colors on those printouts.
My musical nephews played this tune on their instruments of choice at their grandfather's funeral.
A graduation card for the son of dear friends. Sam graduated from Gonzaga University who have the nickname "The Zags"... can you find the zigzag?
My original vector artwork cut by my Silhouette Cameo machine
out of traditionally painted papers
The first is based on a wordplay.
The second is based on a dream.
My birthday card for a friend who swims through the stress in her life with amazing grace.