Drifters is juried into Pictured: The Nation’s Most Spectacular National Parks, at St. George Art Museum in St. George, Utah! This exhibit, juried by Donna Poulton, Ph.D., runs August 27-December 31, 2016. Continue reading “Drifters”
One of the reasons I keep working on the Great Lakes pieces is because the colors of the lakes change from grays to various greens and blues. It is a blast to live here and enjoy the state parks along the lakes. Continue reading “Two Days at Kohler-Andrae State Park”
I know, just as we are warming up, I am making a post all about lake shore ice at Deland Park in Sheboygan! This is a reminder that summer is short here, live it up while you can!
My fantasy is to go to the Grand Canyon and hike again while it’s sunny, but not too hot and here’s how it would look from the South Rim! Continue reading “Redwalled Daydream”
I’ve been working with a new palette for the past couple of months. Continue reading “Fresh Palette”
Viewers seem split about 50/50 on this piece. I made Rock Faces because I had a close-up photo of El Capitan in Yosemite National Park and began to see faces in it. Lots of them. Continue reading “The Jury is Still Out on Rock Faces”
It was a misty day when we hiked the South Rim Trail in the Grand Canyon for the first time.
Only a few hundred feet below the South Rim, the sound changed as I hiked with my husband along the Bright Angel Trail.
Continue reading “Plateau Point”
Of all the pieces I made and showed to friends last year, this one was the favorite. Continue reading “Lake Superior Highway 61”
On windy, partly cloudy days the water can get pretty whipped up on Lake Superior and there’s a nice contrast from the whitecaps on deep teal & midnight blue. Continue reading “Lake Superior Shoreline”