The making of Trail to Bagley Lakes with a view of Tabletop Mountain through the snake filled sky from forest fires in Canada. Acrylic paint applied to canvas with Squeegees. Triptych wooden frame separates into three parts for easy travel. Designed by Joules, built by her dad. September 2019.
New commission of a repeat of my first Spiral Raptor from my raptor series painted with a meatfork.
SANDBLASTING colaboration with Lucy Mae Martin! My hair pick painting of a raptor sandblasted onto a wrapped rock creation of Lucy Mae's.
Painting wild apple blossoms to the light of a setting sun.
Wild rabbits, my back yard neighbors, eat my dandelions. They snip the flower stem from the bottom and proceed to eat it until consuming the flower last. It's so fun to watch the flower bouncy with each nibble then ending with the yellow flower as a disappearing binky, to yellow mustache, then on to the next stem.
Return painting to a most special mountain and lake.
Painting of the bay and islands in a rainy sunset in progress.
Painting of a tree line in Edison, Washington during an October Sunset in progress.