Your shopping cart is empty.
First time customer? Use first20 at checkout for a 20% discount on prints and merchandise!
Oh dear me, it’s 2022. We’re only a few days into the new year and my head is spinning already.
Here’s what is already on my calendar for the month of January:
Like I said, my head is spinning and this is only the first month.
A friend of mine created a collage of the artwork that adorned the covers of the 12 Latin novellas she has written and published. There is something immensely satisfying (and not a little surprising) to see all of your work in one place. She posted her collage on Facebook, which gave me the idea to do something similar.
So here goes.
I did 11 major wax batik paintings this past year. I did some significant tweaking to another one and rescued it from the “meh” pile. I painted a very small (6” x 6”) wax batik – a new venture for me. Here they are.
And now for the “to-do” list for 2022. I’ve spent many hours pondering the photos that I have available to me. Several are ones that other people have taken and have kindly given me permission to paint from. Five are photos that I have taken. Plus I have a commission waiting for my attention.
Here’s the 2022 lineup I have so far. It tends to get revised as the year goes along! A couple of notes: I am seriously considering doing the elk on the tundra with Long’s Peak in the background as a diptych. By dividing it in half I can make each half much larger and still stay on my cloud unryu paper. Stay tuned. The top two, as you may have figured out, are my “leftovers” from 2021. I should be showing them off real soon. The mountain lion wading up the stream promises to be a major challenge. All those highlights on the water, you know. Small shapes and lots of them!
Hey, let’s do this: if you see one that you want me to move to the top of the list put in your vote!! [No guarantees, but it would be fun to hear from you.]
The presence of this badge signifies that this business has officially registered with the Art Storefronts Organization and has an established track record of selling art.
It also means that buyers can trust that they are buying from a legitimate business. Art sellers that conduct fraudulent activity or that receive numerous complaints from buyers will have this badge revoked. If you would like to file a complaint about this seller, please do so here.
The Art Storefronts Organization has verified that this business has provided a returns & exchanges policy for all art purchases.
WARNING: This merchant has removed information about their returns and exchanges policy. Please verify with them directly.
This website provides a secure checkout with SSL encryption.
The Art Storefronts Organization has verified that this Art Seller has published information about the archival materials used to create their products in an effort to provide transparency to buyers.
Regarding the original paintings: all paper, paints and adhesives (when applicable) are archival. Prints on paper and canvas are, at minimum, acid free, and are usually archival.
Become a member and be the first to receive new content and special promotions.
This is only visible to you because you are logged in and are authorized to manage this website. This message is not visible to other website visitors.
Click on any Image to continue
The above preview shows how to use the live preview on this website. The image displayed is just an example, and is not available for sale.
This means you can use the camera on your phone or tablet and superimpose any piece of art onto a wall inside of your home or business.
To use this feature, Just look for the "Live Preview AR" button when viewing any piece of art on this website!
Below, select which favorite lists you would like to save this product into.