Artworks
cotton textile
17.5" w x 10" h
2018
11 x 14 on watercolor paper
14" x 11"
2017
Acrylic on canvas
30" x 30"
2011
watercolor
6" x 9"
2017
Acrylic on canvas
18" x 24"
2011
11 x 14 acrylic on watercolor paper
14" x 11"
2017
10 x 14 inch watercolor on Arches watercolor paper
14" w x 10" h
2000
Acrylic on canvas
20" x 20"
2013
10 x 14 inch watercolor on Arches watercolor paper
14" w x 10" h
2016
Acrylic on 20
2017
Watercolor on Paper
9.5" x 15"
2014
Acrylic on canvas
16" x 20"
2017
Watercolor on Paper
19.5" x 15.5"
2014

Activity

  • Living where we receive snow 5 months annually causes me to think about “snow” a lot, recognizing its beauty surrounding us, whether looking from inside our home, or enjoying on snowshoes. Some cultures, like the Inuit, Yupik, and Sami peoples, have many words for “snow” and “ice”. The Norwegians vocabulary also contains many references to snow and ice. Viewing from our windows, I mostly see color and texture variations in the snowdrifts and banks around us, dotted with tracks of wi…
  • After walking through a meadow on a golden autumn afternoon under a blazing blue sky, the colors were burned into my mind so clearly I had to paint them. An orange windbreak seemed to guide the curved path between waving yellow grasses into a warm moment to remember as we enter the cool blue days of winter ahead.
  • As my three-year-old granddaughter attempted to put on her shoes by herself, I admired her determination to not only wedge her feet inside the red canvas, but to understand the complicated tying process. She was as fascinated with the laces as I was watching her. The learning process in-action is an amazing activity to behold, and a worthy moment to save for posterity in vivid watercolors.