Robodonna & Child

Robodonna & Child, 2014, oil on wood panel, 24″ x 24” I had a desire to paint robots…..so I looked for a historical painting that would make the LEAST amount of sense to have robots in it…..and this was the result. Yeah, yeah, I know, artists are so weird.  I know.

How old is your soul?

How old is your soul?, 2014, chalk pastels, 11” x 17” When I look into your eyes, it’s like watching the night sky,or a beautiful sunrise, there is so much to see. And just like them old stars, I see that you’ve come so far, to be right where you are. How old is your…

Connie Barbie

Connie Barbie, 2014, digital manipulation, 20″ x 20″ The end figure is all me (except the hair) – tweaked and transformed. Click here for a great article – Barbie, Meet ‘Average Barbie’   

Now

Your only source of power is the present moment, right now!  The past is over, decaying, blurred together…there is nothing happening there.  The future is unknown, full of possibilities, but nothing is happening there either.  Now, in this moment, is the only time that matters and the only place ANYTHING happens.  Right NOW! Now, 2013,…

Acceptance

Acceptance, from Un-photo-shopped Series, 2013, acrylic on canvas, 60″ x 60″ Whenever Frida Kahlo was asked why she painted so many self-portraits she would simply reply “because I am the person I know best”.  With that in mind I painted this self-portrait in the hopes of getting to know myself a little better.  It was…

Nana & Lulu

Nana & Lulu, 2013, acrylic on panel, 24″ x 24″                       True Love, 2013, acrylic on panel, 18″ x 18″  Every Friday night Lia gets to spend the night at “Nana’s house”.  Andy and Brittany think that I do this for them so they can have…