Artworks
Acrylic on paper
10 x 10
2018
abstract nature
18 x 24
2015
Acrylic on paper
12 x 12 1/2
2018
Acrylic on paper
10 x 10
2018
Acrylic on paper
2018
acrylic on wood
18 x 24
2017
printed and ripped papers on wood
18 x 24
2017
Mixed media: printed papers on wood
18 x 24
2016
Acrylic on paper
15 x 28
2018

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  • Secrets of the universe can be found in one tiny seed-- truth, biology, food, safety, the beginning of life, growth, DNA, geneology and more, lots more.  One acorn can be the start of a forest;  the seeds of one sunflower can produce acres of sunflowers and volumes of nutrition in a few years. Seed diversity is disappearing by the thousands into monocultures, corporate farms, unchecked development and GMOs which cannot produce their own viable offspring. 
  • Secrets of the universe can be found in one tiny seed-- truth, biology, food, safety, the beginning of life, growth, DNA, geneology and more, lots more.  One tiny seed can be the start of a whole forest.  One sunflower can eventually produce acres and acres of sunflowers and volumes of nutrition. And yet the diversity of seeds are disappearing into development, monocultures and GMOs which do not spawn their own seeds. 
  • Margery Peterson updated the Artwork Uluru orange
    Visions of our visit to Uluru, the orange monolith in central Australia sacred to the Aboriginal people.
  •   Glass Gem is an heirloom corn first developed by Cherokee farmer Carl Barnes in Oklahoma about 20 years ago.  Glass Gem is a small cob that comes in an amazing variety of colors--I've grown it in my urban front yard--that are startling in their beauty. It can be popped and eaten. This painting is part of a series I'm painting on the beauty of seeds, and the continuing demise of their diversity under corporate ownership and global warming. Abstracting seeds presents them in new ways that…
  • This is a companion piece to Seeds with a Plan, dreaming of spring planting in the dead of winter.  It's part of the Wild Seeds series I'm developing on the beauty of seeds, and the continuing demise of their diversity under corporate ownership and global warming. 
  • This painting was started in the dark of winter, riiffing on spring garden or farm planning.  It's part of a series I'm developing on the beauty of seeds, and the continuing demise of their diversity under corporate ownership and global warming.       
  •   Glass Gem is an heirloom corn first developed by Cherokee farmer Carl Barnes in Oklahoma about 20 years ago.  Glass Gem is a small cob that comes in an amazing variety of colors--I've grown it in my urban front yard--that are startling in their beauty. It can be popped and eaten. This painting is part of a series I'm painting on the beauty of seeds, and the continuing demise of their diversity under corporate ownership and global warming. Abstracting seeds presents them in new ways that…
  • This is a companion piece to Seeds with a Plan, dreaming of spring planting in the dead of winter.  It's part of the Wild Seeds series I'm developing on the beauty of seeds, and the continuing demise of their diversity under corporate ownership and global warming.