Monday, February 14, 2022

Saturday, February 12, 2022

A New Year!

I am honored to be invited to be the featured artist at the Lubbock, TX arts festival sponsored by the Lubbock Arts Alliance. The theme is Red White and Blue! One of my favorite themes. I started painting flags about 1990. I still love adding them to my work whether it is a still life or just an addition to something. Even just using those colors is fun to do.

If you are in the area April 9-10 stop by and say hello!

Thursday, December 30, 2021

Coming up in 2022

 I am so excited to have been invited to be the featured artist for the Lubbock Arts Festival in Lubbock Texas.  I was so shocked that they asked me.  The theme is red white and blue. I love to paint flags and patriotic themes.  If you are close to Lubbock in April drop by and say hello!

Tuesday, December 28, 2021

2021 Christmas


I only got 3 small paintings done this Christmas.  The joy Angel was sold.  I really love painting Christmas joy and the meaning of Christmas.  Thanks for all the support during 2021 and Happy New Year. 2021 had a lot of blessings and miracles.  I am  praying that 2022 will be a great year for us all.  

Nativity Snow Globe

Jingle Bells

Joy Angel

Sunday, November 21, 2021

Society of Watercolor Artist Show-Fort Worth TX

 My painting of my daughter when she was 6 or 7 was accepted into the SWA show in Fort Worth,TX. I am thrilled that it received an award.  I still remember the day she took care of this little bird she found in the yard.  

Saturday, September 18, 2021

The New Palette Magazine-Online Workshop

 I have an article in the New Palette Magazine put out by Cheap Joe's Art Stuff.  I taught 3 online classes for them this past year, and have one more in November. This is issue 78 if you are interested in ordering.


here is the link to the November sketching workshop. Via Zoom

Friday, September 17, 2021

New Mexico Watercolor Society-Wear Your Mask!

My painting 'Wear Your Mask' was accepted into the New Mexico watercolor society show.  It is held in Albuquerque, NM in October.

This is 22x28 and is a poured watercolor. The mask was from a photo from Florence Italy.  I thought the name would be appropriate for what we have all been going through, even though the mask is not the right kind! 

Fun Portraits

 I love doing faces...I am using watercolor and gouache on watercolor paper. These are 9x12.