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    Exciting Award Announcement

    Exciting Award Announcement
    Super excited to announce my “Toucan Joy” mixed media art received a special recognition award in the 10th Annual Light, Space and Time gallery art competition! The gallery received 1,040 entries from 32 different countries from around the world, as well as from 38 different countries.

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    My hand painted bench made the news!

    My hand painted bench made the news!

    NBC did a news piece about the off again on again July 4 parade in Purcellville and my bench was shown during the piece! If you don’t know, I was among 40 artists asked to paint a bench that they place all over town and in the Fall auction off to support arts in the town. I was very honored to participate 😊🇺🇸. My project features an American flag draped over the bench with all of the town’s popular landmarks painted tone on tone in the background. I painted “Purcellville Virginia, America’s Home Town” on the frame. The news piece is posted below, my bench is shown about halfway through. Thanks NBC!

    Holidays in Clifton - Loved meeting collectors & raising money for Fisher House

    Holidays in Clifton - Loved meeting collectors & raising money for Fisher House

    The Holiday Clifton Barn Sale was a huge success once again, raising over $1,000 for Fisher House Foundation. I had great fun meeting with art lovers and collectors and sharing my process. As many of you know, I have incorporated mixed media into my work, which includes the hand painting of papers on a gelli press plate, and adding them to the textured pieces vial collage. It's great fun! The image below is a highly textured angel trio that I created with gowns made of paper I hand painted and collaged on. The background was also created by painting it first then collaging hand painted papers  and maps on to it. I love this process because it combines the texture (which I love and am known for) with the papers, which I am obsessed with!