Pictured created using acrylics, pouring medium and ink.
A small study of a larger painting of a single hibiscus flower.
11"x14"x5/8" Stretched Canvas Acrylic March 26, 2015
Third in the seasonal series of the salt marsh at Hammonasset State Park in Madison CT.
"Mountain At The Edge Of The World" 10"x30" Stretched Canvas Feb. 24th 2015I used palette knives, molding paste, and gloss gel for added effects
"February Unleashed" 16"x20" Stretched Canvas Feb. 24th 2015 After three continuous days and nights listening to the howling wind whip across the snow field, my thoughts turned to never-ending February. This winter has been record setting for snow, wind, and arctic air, the longest continuous stretch in 110 years.
16"x20" Stretched Canvas Friday, Feb. 13th, 2015 This is the temperature on the night I was painting this picture. I actually saw a rocky hillside covered in hanging icicles that afternoon. I used a palette knife, molding paste, and glazing medium to create the ice formations.
11"x14" Canvas Panel Feb 3rd, 2015 A limited palette was used to show energy, movement, happiness, in my painting, "Dancing Birds".
January 28th, 2015 " 16"x20" Stretched Canvas This past fall my husband and I took a walk at White Memorial in Litchfield, CT. In the afternoon, we walked along a portion of the Bantam River. I was captivated by the stillness and reflection in the water. This is the reason I painted the scene.
Arrakis is the formal name of the desert planet, "Dune". The painting was inspired by Frank Herbert's novel, "Dune". It is an 11"x14" painting done in acrylics on a canvas panel. I was recently honored by having this painting chosen to be displayed as part of a juried members exhibition at the New Britain Museum…
View from a lounge chair looking up at a palm tree in sunny St. Lucia. This painting is 16"x20" painted in acrylics on a 5/8" thick stretched canvas.