Friday, July 29

Beaches, Barns, and Blooms Exhibit Cape Cod Community Media Center

My childhood memories are filled with summer beach days, forts hidden in the woods, and riding bikes around town. My mother’s garden was a mix of blooming flowers and fragrant herbs, abundant tomatoes, beans, and rows of lettuce and radish. A farm on one side of our house tended fields of corn, perfect for effortless games of hide-and-seek. While the farm on the opposite side raised pigs, goats, and sheep, and their fields grew tall for harvests of hay in the summer. My surroundings were a delight for untold reasons as a child and continue to be a source of inspiration as an adult.

I primarily work in watercolor, it suits my personality and artistic style. Importantly, watercolor lends itself to the stop-and-start work-style I need as a busy mother of three young boys. My color palette includes American-made, natural mineral pigment watercolor paints which leave natural mineral shimmer and granulation complimenting my work. Residents of Harwich, my boys, husband, and I love our Cape Cod community. I am always making note of my next painting from our surroundings.

August – September 2016
Cape Cod Community Media Center
17 Shad Hole Rd., Dennis Port, MA 02639
(508) 394-2388

Saturday, November 7

Now Available in My Etsy Shop - Fine Art Ceramic Tiles

A perfect reminder of Cape Cod! Fine Art tiles make an ideal gift for anyone on your list.

8 x 8 inch ceramic tiles are made with a heat-transfer process during which the digital image of my original watercolor painting penetrates the surface and becomes part of the tile itself. The color vibrancy and image detail is true to my original work.

Glossy finish ceramic tiles come with a hook for hanging and bumpers on the bottom corners so the tile hangs flat or can display on a stand.

Shop my fine art ceramic tiles here.

Saturday, October 10

Public Reception Brewster Ladies' Library

With my eyes closed, I am surrounded by ocean waves, falling snow, prismatic sunsets, or swaying sea grass. The air is fresh and inviting. Imagining nature’s song playing for me, a sense of calm takes over as I relish a familiar journey. My watercolor series, Familiar Journey, represents that comforting, familiar journey with nature.

The public is invited to a reception on Saturday, October 10 from 2:00 to 4:00 p.m. This exhibit is sponsored by the Brewster Ladies’ Library. Please call the library at (508) 896-3913 before coming due to the exhibition room sometimes being in use for a program and not open for viewing.