I particularly enjoy showing my artwork in all woman art exhibitions. For the next four months, the National Association of Women Artists, Inc. (NAWA) is hosting the exhibition “Women Celebrating Creativity” on their online gallery. This exhibition and the amazing artwork 86 talents women (including mine!)is on view from February 1 – May 29, 2019…. [Read the rest of the post]
It was a big art week in New York City. Ok, there is generally dozens of art exhibitions every week in the Big Apple, but this week featured some of the biggest art fairs of the year with the Armory Show at Pier 92/94 and the Park Avenue Armory on the Upper East Side. Additionally, one… [Read the rest of the post]
Checking out the street art in Berlin, Germany.
Before After Last Thursday night, it was a whooping 8 degree Fahrenheit in New York City. But that didn’t stop the art lovers from turning out to attend the Atlantic Gallery’s “Over the Bridge” exhibition in Chelsea. I was fortunate to have two paintings in this show, along with 38 other Long Island City… [Read the rest of the post]
Okay, I do make my art barefooted, but I grew up in California! Being a good artist requires hard work and dedication!
In my last post, I started a new “vine” painting and showed you the first two steps. Today, we move to step 3. To complete the “under-painting”, I added lots of pieces of colored paper to the panel. I kept the colors bright and bold, weaving and overlapping them to create a surface of bold color… [Read the rest of the post]
Okay, that a huge exaggeration. However, I am showcased in MoMA’s PS1 Studio Visit. This is a web initiative by MoMA that offers virtual presentations of artists’ studios. Emerging artists working in the five boroughs and greater New York area are invited to upload video or still images of their studios and work. Artists’ submissions… [Read the rest of the post]
I recently started selling my mixed media paintings online through Art Finder. Art Finder is an online seller of “authentic art from independent galleries and artists” from around the world. That’s me…an independent artist =) I had two mentions in their daily e-mail newsletter, which they send out to their client list. The first mention… [Read the rest of the post]
I was a spectator at the “Tough Mudder” today in Beaver Creek, Colorado. Labeled as “probably the toughest event on the planet”, Tough Mudder events are hardcore 10-12 mile obstacle courses designed by British Special Forces to test all around strength, stamina, mental grit, and camaraderie. Additionally, these challenge events have raised more than $3… [Read the rest of the post]
After several different careers in my past, I’ve finally taken the plunge to being a full-time professional artist. Such a strange description, “professional”. When I was a civil engineer or a marketing manager, I never felt the need to add “professional” before my occupation. Still, I wanted to make it clear that while I love… [Read the rest of the post]