Category Archives: Creative Process

Seeing Stone

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Seeing Stone is a journey of exploration that represents a body of work inspired by forms and shapes in nature. Through detailed observations of my lifelong places, I unite stone as object, and stone’s relationships to the natural environment. By … Continue reading

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Self-portraits in Quarantine

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In Mourning – The Loss Around MeApril 23, 2020. Even the warm spring sunshine streaming through my window did little to ease my sadness as the death toll rose with the COVID-19 pandemic. “I’m not going anywhere, I thought”…but the … Continue reading

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Sculpting the landscape

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On island ~ Connecting to the natural environment is part of my art process. I’m inspired by the rhythms of nature, from close and distal views–endless shapes, texture, and colors along my path. My sketch pad and camera come along … Continue reading

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Collage Workshop

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“Interpreting Community Through Collage” Workshop participants with their collages. Parker Hill Branch Library, May 14, 2016. This past spring, I presented a collage workshop to Mission Hill area residents. There were some familiar faces, along with many newcomers. A great … Continue reading

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New work

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Unexpected arrangements in nature transform my mind’s vantage point of images first experienced through the lens of my camera. Black, white, color, texture, shapes, drama, stillness–the landscape is infinite. I try to capture abstracted forms, provoking curiosity and intrigue.

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