It is something a lot of artists work hard for... having their art licensed, and in a box store. I have had it happen once so far, a friend found my art on a canvas in a Christmas Tree Shop in Waterford, Ct. And then I found out it was in their shops all over!… Continue reading The art of being licensed
I grew up the daughter of a mechanic, and both of my parents enjoyed cars. So its not a surprise that I love them as well. Growing up it was normal to see a car in my Dad's garage in various states of repair. One of these cars was a 1929 Model A that he… Continue reading The art of meeting again
I am a positive person. But the last few years have tested me sorely. My mother passed away, my husband was in a serious car accident requiring two surgeries, my father had open heart surgery, a surprise, but very welcome grandchild, and more that I don’t care to share. Throughout all of this, my daughter… Continue reading The Art of being grateful
explaining the cost of art
Brush strokes within a painting create art
Its every artists’ dream to create something that is well received, and to earn a living off of doing something that they love. The latest Presidential portraits are evidence of this. These portraits are not your typical portraits of presidents and their first ladies, but they are not the first unique ones. I remember visiting… Continue reading Presidential Portraits and Artists Statements
Its not always about the money, but about the home.
Grateful for those that trust me with their visions.....
Loosely drawing is easier for me
How do you deliver a painting? If its in person, I put some type of bow on it, or wrap it in clear cellophane. This is depending upon size. Most people have splurged to buy art, so I like to make my art look like a present. One of my least favorite things… Continue reading Delivering and Shipping Art