Artworks
Graphite on archival board
Original (sold); limited edition print 11x14" ($85)
2016
Graphite
Framed print (3 prints/one frame/linen matting-25x33.5") ($425)/print only-15x25" ($150)
2016
Graphite on archival board
Original (available): 5x25"/framed 16x36" ($750)
2017
Graphite on archival board
Original: 24x30"/unframed, 35x43"/framed with double white mat and simple black frame ($8,000). Limited edition print: 24x30"/ unframed ($300), 35x43"/framed ($850) as above.
2017
Graphite on archival board
Original: 11x14" framed w/gold frame ($350)
2018
Graphite on archival board
Original-11x14" framed w/gold frame ($400).
2017
Graphite on archival board
Original: 14x18" unframed / framed in 23-1/2/27-1/2" hammered silver frame with grey inner mat and white outer mat ($1,250).
2018
Graphite on archival board
Original: 14x18" unframed / framed in 23-1/2/27-1/2" hammered silver frame with grey inner mat and white outer mat ($1,250).
2018
Graphite on archival board
Original: 11-1/2x15-1/2" unframed/23x27" in oval frame with linen mat ($1,500)
2018
Graphite on archival board
Original (sold); limited edition prints 16x20" ($65).
2018
Graphite on archival board
Original (sold): 15x17" unframed/24x30" framed with double white mat and rough wood frame ($850)
2017
Graphite on archival board
Original (sold): 16x20" unframed/24x28" framed ($6,000); limited edition print ($150)
2015
Graphite on archival board
Original (sold): 4-1/2x5"/framed 11x14" ($275)
2014
Graphite on archival board
Original (sold): 12x36"/framed 25x49" ($2,000)
2016
Graphite on Claybord
Original (sold): 6x6" ($250)
2015
Graphite on archival board
Limited edition prints: 1st piece-9x11", 2nd piece-24x11", 3rd piece-9x11" ($225 framed tryptych)
2014
Graphite on archival board
Original (sold): 16x20"
2013
Graphite on archival board
Original (available): 14x18"/framed 24x30" ($1,500); Limited edition print: 14x18" ($100)
2012
Graphite on Claybord
Original (sold): 6x6" ($250)
2015
Graphite on Claybord
Original (sold): 6x6" ($250)
2015
Graphite on archival board
Original (sold): 4-1/2x5"/framed 11x14" ($295)
Graphite on archival board
Original (available): 16x22"/framed 24x30" ($1,950)
2013
Graphite on archival board
Original (sold): 5x26"/framed 15x36" ($1,000)
Graphite on archival board
Original (available): 14x18"/framed 16x20" ($7,000)
2012
Graphite on archival board
Original (available): 14x18"/framed 16x20" ($1,000)
1215
Graphite on archival board
Print: 14x18"/framed 16x20" ($225)
Graphite on archival board
Original (available): 4-1/2x5"/framed 11x14" ($295)
2014
Graphite on Claybord
Original (sold): 6x6" ($250)
2015
Graphite on archival board
Original (sold); limited edition print 9x12" ($60)
2015
Graphite on Claybord
Original (available): 6x6" ($400)
2015
Graphite on archival board
Original (sold): 5x30"/framed 15x30" ($950)
Graphite on archival board
Original (sold): 5x30"/framed 15x40" ($950)
Graphite on archival board
Original (available): 12x18"/framed 16x20" ($3,000); limited edition print ($45)
Graphite on archival board
Original (available): 14x18"/framed 24x30" ($1,950)
Graphite on archival board
Limited edition print: 24x30" ($60)
Graphite on archival board
Limited edition print: 9x12" ($45)

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  • My husband and I observed a city of bikes in Mantau, Italy. This piece captures the forward looking faces of a grandfather and grandson, with the sunlight always seeming to be on the grandson's blonde curls and face. Details of each subject increase as the viewer's eyes move from left to right. The delicate, park like background gives an ethereal beauty to the scene. Never Too Young...Not Too Old is a companion piece to Traveling Conversation, although each can stand on its own. 
  • My husband and I observed a city of bikes in Mantau, Italy. This piece is a conversational moment in time between a mature, elegant woman and her younger counterpart. Details of each subject increase as the viewer's eyes move from left to right. The delicate, park like background gives an ethereal beauty to the scene. Traveling Conversation is a companion piece to Never Too Young...Not Too Old, although each can stand on its own.
  • Marilyn M. Cuellar updated the Artwork African Woman
    From our visit to Africa to visit our daughter in her Peace Corps village. This woman, dressed in her finery, is compelling in her "don't meddle with me" posture and attitude.
  • My husband and I were welcomed into our daughter's Peace Corps village by what seemed to be the entire population of the Village of Daru, The Gambia, West Africa. I brought these two women together to symbolize the quiet strength of the Village's women. By intertwining their robes, they are united while maintaining their individuality.
  • There are three leaves in particular in this interwoven view of the maple tree out of my front window. Let your eye glide over the piece, rest on realistic images, and then seek abstract areas.
  • My husband and I observed a city of bikes in Mantau, Italy. This piece is a conversational moment in time between a mature, elegant woman and her younger counterpart. Details of each subject increase as the viewer's eyes move from left to right. The delicate, park like background gives an ethereal beauty to the scene. Traveling Conversation is a companion piece to Never Too Young...Not Too Old, although each can stand on its own.
  • My husband and I observed a city of bikes in Mantau, Italy. This piece captures the forward looking faces of a grandfather and grandson, with the sunlight always seeming to be on the grandson's blonde curls and face. Details of each subject increase as the viewer's eyes move from left to right. The delicate, park like background gives an ethereal beauty to the scene. Never Too Young...Not Too Old is a companion piece to Traveling Conversation, although each can stand on its own. 
  • How old? Two candles on the cake, and lips pursed to blow them out. The flyaway hair strand enlivens the drawing and pulls the viewer into this universal birthday celebration.
  • My husband and I were welcomed into our daughter's Peace Corps village by what seemed to be the entire population of the Village of Daru, The Gambia, West Africa. I brought these two women together to symbolize the quiet strength of the Village's women. By intertwining their robes, they are united while maintaining their individuality.
  • My husband and I observed a city of bikes in Mantau, Italy. This piece is a conversational moment in time between a mature, elegant woman and her younger counterpart. Details of each subject increase as the viewer's eyes move from left to right. The delicate, park like background gives an ethereal beauty to the scene. Traveling Conversation is a companion piece to Never Too Young...Not Too Old, although each can stand on its own.