Recently completed: Honey. 16 x 20 inches; oval canvas. Oil, acyrlic and gold leaf.
It is such an honor to be one of the 250 participants in this year’s Avenue CDC “Art On The Avenue” being held once again at Winter Street Studios. Guest Juror, Gus Kopriva of Rebdud Gallery has curated the inner showroom with selected works from the show and I’m pleased to announce that my work is included there. (THANK YOU!!).
This annual event is Houston’s largest silent auction and has raised funds to enhance the quality of life of working families, and to promote healthy, vibrant, and economically diverse neighborhoods to ensure Houston’s future as a world-class city. I’m proud to have been a past participant and have the opportunity to participate once again.
I have donated these two items for auction. Click each photo to be taken to the online bidding page for the event. Please also visit the full auction page (HERE) to bid on the other donated items and artwork.
Now available as prints, “Maman Brigitte”, death loa, wife to Baron Samedi. (voodoo) [link]
Original is now in a private collection and recently featured in the “MERCY” group show in Los Angeles at Cactus Gallery. MERCY was curated by good friend and fellow artist, Ivonne Carley, an incredible paper artist.
Painted in oil on canvas, wet on wet, not a typical style for me, but fun nonetheless.
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Upcoming exhibition that I'm thrilled to be a part of:
Since trying to get the studio back into working order, I pulled out the acrylics and created this, in the style of an old favorite from long ago, the Electric Ladyland Series.
16 x 20 inches, available in the shop.
After moving things about to get the studio in working order, i decided to start something new. I got tired after a while and just let off at this point (still a way to go):
Something new over the weekend overtook me
"MAXX:812" is a 6 x 12 inch drawing on wood in ink and pencil
Hand embellished print with ink and pencil, now available in my shop