Monthly Archives:: December 2009

“Magpie on Post”

Oil Painting 4.25×4.25″ bevel-edge panel I saw my first magpie in Montana this past Spring. Eye-catching black and white magpies (with a touch of deep blue) were easily spotted amidst all that scenic greenery. Sorry, this one’s not for sale – please ask about others.

“Gimme a Hug”

Oil Painting 7×5″” art panel Season’s Greetings, everyone! Yay, we’re having a snowy Christmas week!


Silverpoint Drawing 5×7″ lavender-gray prepared paper To work in silverpoint is to meditate. It takes patience, and layers and layers of lines. I enjoy unwinding with this Renaissance-era drawing medium which is simply a silver wire inserted in a holder that is drawn across a slightly abrasive surface, leaving lines of silver. The egg shaped… Read more »


Wood Mosaic (mirror frame) 29×29″ poplar, cherry, mahogany, walnut Every year New Hope, PA has a national juried Works in Wood exhibition at the Arts Center. “Currents” is one of two Fine Art Mirror Frames that I submitted; both were accepted. Read about it here. This is the fifth year of Works in Wood and… Read more »