eVeRYoNe SeeS iT


12″ x 24″ Mixed Media on Omega Bond



When I see you the world stops. It stops and all that exists for me is you and my eyes staring at you. There’s nothing else. No noise, no other people, no thoughts or worries, no yesterday, no tomorrow. The world just stops and it is a beautiful place and there is only you. Just you, and my eyes staring at you.  James Frey,  A Million Little Pieces

DoN’T STaRe aT iT


12″ x 24″ Mixed Media on Omega Bond



I don’t believe I’ve made any flowers in my style in a while.  Hopefully these will satisfy what you’ve been missin’ and make you smile.  I know this eclipse is not really blinding, well that is what I’m finding.  I know that my rhyming may be off on its timing, but I hope you’re enjoying it and not really minding.



12″ x 24″ Mixed Media on Omega Bond

After starting to read the book A High Wind in Jamaica I knew I wasn’t going to get through it.  But, I could still use the information in the book in some way.  So, I starting tearing up the cover and ripping out the pages and gluing and painting and…  The story lives on, just in a slightly different way.







12″ x 24″ Mixed Media on Omega Bond

Taking care of the morning business gives you some time to think about things.  For me, I looked at the Charmin and thought… what can I do with this,  I think I will try spray painting individual sheets and see if they will stick to Omega Bond when they dry.  Well they did and it gave me the background for this piece.  Thank goodness there’s a Costco in town.

CLeaR Me SoMe SPaCe


12″ x 24″ Mixed Media on Omega Bond


This has to be my least favorite thing that I have made so far. I know this isn’t so clear to see, but you can see the clear paint used in it right?  After making the All White piece I wanted to take it to the next level and go clear.  What is next after this?  Clear paint on glass perhaps.  Perhaps not, but we’ll see.



12″ x 24″ Mixed Media on Omega Bond


I took a piece of Omega Bond and mushed it down in the colors of paint on my studio floor that were left over while making a different painting.  I let it dry and added the grid and lines. I think it looks like a marshy area near a pond or lake.