Dylan Snoozing in the Front Window (15" x 20")
Soft Prismacolor on Strathmore 65 lb. tan charcoal paper
Calla Lilies 15"x28"
Prismacolor pencils on smooth dark green matboard. Initially I called this piece "The Quick and the Dead" because of the
dried up blossoms still standing tall amongst the fresh ones. Sort of a metaphor for all life on earth.
I have had a checkered career in teaching, graphic design, illustration, portraiture, basketry, jewelry design, and as a museum educator.
After living my whole adult life in southeast Florida and southern California, I moved to Oregon with my husband, Ed. After four years in Bend we decided to move to Seaside, where we have grandchildren. The wetlands, all kinds of blooming plants and variety of greens, the beach with its rocks and surf and beautiful dunes,
and the constantly changing sky are an added bonus.
I enjoy teaching and love to have students of all ages come to my home studio for lessons in using colored pencil, as well as other media. See more of my work in my album named "Gallery" on my Facebook page. (You must be logged on to Facebook to access this page.)
Prints and/or giclees of most of my work are available. I also accept work on commission.
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