I am particularly drawn to two types of art: whimsical and folk art. My daughter’s French Bulldog inspired this piece. Thanks, Kali and Chauncy!
Our family time at our Shasta Lake cabin is always special. Off-grid, it is all about face-time and authentic sharing. Throw in a coiled Timber rattler and kayaking, and so much more…
It took me ten years of pondering to decide to take the immense leap into parenthood. It was the right decision.
The longer I inhabit this current life, the more I am in a state of wonder. I guess it easily translates into a sense of gratitude. My art represents some of those amazing
things, feelings and happenings.
Always find the time for the people and things that make you feel happy to be alive.💗
Art journaling is my zen.
I had to let go of outside voices in regards to my creations. The process of creating my greeting cards and art journal pages generates an almost Zen state: color combining, finding that mixed media alchemy and drafting just the right prose. The world does not intrude, gazing from afar. The finished pieces? Joy and pride intertwine.
My health is first on my list of “gratitude.” Without it I would be unable to embrace my other aspects of wonderful! Dennis-Kip-Kali! Family who accept me unconditionally. This home we own that keeps me warm and safe from the elements. Then there are my furry kids who bring me daily joy. Such precious earth angels. There are more life pieces that puzzle together to give me this very rich life, but space and time elude me.