Fabric Art - Oils - Watercolors - Acrylic - Ink - Mixed-Mediums - Stained Glass - Clay and Wood Sculptures
"I replaced drugs, alcohol, negative people and situations by creating - anything - without any formal education.
It's my medicine for a healthy mind and body.
Creating something from nothing becomes a ceremony in sacred time and space. I begin with meditation. When a receptive, mind is achieved relinquished of self-criticism, a blank canvas comes alive with every brushstroke.
Pillows with Personality are handprinted with dye and embellished for gift-giving, and the Prayer Pillows are unique for your private sanctuary.
Paintings and art paper or photos decoupaged on glass.
When my childlike world of fantasy and whimsy awakens, fabric designs take center stage. A variety of fabrics are tossed together in rhythms of brilliant and muted colors.
One-of-a-kind designer dolls are created, with handpainted faces that have expression. My organic, shabby-chic, soft-sculpture dolls are filled with charisma and magnetism, guaranteed to bring a smile wherever you turn. They're happy when You're happy.
For healing purposes, they're attuned with powerful Reiki energy. Name them with a prayer and place them strategically around your home for health and good fortune. Birth Certificate of Authenticity included.
When oil paints invite themselves on my canvas they bring substance into my tangible world of realism.
When watercolors decide to play on my canvas they remind me to go-with-the-flow in all of life's situations.
If pen and ink tap dance into my sketchbook, new ideas are born, abstract or permanent as they may seem.
When mixed mediums gather around my workspace waiting to be noticed, anything can happen. I follow my instincts without plan or reason till my scattered thoughts merge in harmony.
But when souls from the other side pop into my energy field unannounced, Mediumship Artwork is in progress. This unplanned phenomenon stimulates the senses leaving me in awe of God's creative process.
Playing with clay grounds a new endeavor into reality. I pound it, roll it, mold and carve my ideas into it. My muddy hands get a workout. I score in the details with intention then bake it. Wala! A new creation born.
My first attempt at artmaking was in my woodshop. I cut through my anger to transform negative feelings into something beautiful. Then carved, sanded, stained or painted it until a fundamental need within was fulfilled. It becomes a spiritual connection with the Divine in sacred time and space.