A School of Fish was created on a gray speckled paper. It is fun to work with colored paper sometimes. Give it a try on your favorite colored paper, and send it my way to post and share! The line in the middle is because I was making 2 separate images to create book marks for my Fish friends.
Earlier this month I dropped off several of my Smudge works for show and sale at Prism Gallery Carson Valley’s Premiere Gallery, representing award-winning artists from the Northern Nevada and Sierra Nevada Regions. My work will be up until the end of the July. Prism Photographics 1615 US Hwy 395 N, Suite B Minden, NV ArtGalleryatPrism.com Stop on in and take a look you won’t be disappointed in the many other fabulous artists also showing their works in their favorite mediums.
This piece, El Capitan of Yosemite Valley in CA been entered into the Latimer Art Club Exhibit and Sale taking place now until the end of July during ARTOWN in Reno, NV at the Wilbur May Museum. I had the wonderful opportunity a few years back to be hired as an Artist-in-Residence to teach art classes at Yosemite, a magical natural wonderland and state park. This image is taken from a photograph. I added the magnificent clouds all created in the Oil Pastel Smudge technique! If you have the opportunity to visit Yosemite, take it! A most fabulous spot on our planet!
In this piece I am working with the play of warm and cool colors! Working with both makes your work vibrate with brightness and light! Give it a try! I am so thankful Spring is here!
I have a dear friend who loves the wild Mustangs, and photographs them in their natural environment. This is a piece I made especially for her. I call it Mustang Sally! BFF's are the Best!
Thank you one and all for your interest and support throughout the year! Wishing you a wonderful 2020 filled with LOVE!