Meet the family! Beatrice, Hugo and their son Hugh. Their creation was inspired by our love for the largest land animal to roam our planet and as a sad reminder that they are on the brink of becoming endangered. Elephants are widely respected for forming close-knit matriarchal clans and their loyalty to each other andContinue reading “The Elephant Family”
As I come to the finishing stages of my new art installation called “That Wall” with shows to be announced in Spring.The time has come to start something new!!! 15 wood panels,spray paint,collage,Kroma Crackle,acrylic,Gouache and anything else that I desire.I share today the beginning stages of Rainbows and Monsters.
The Stuff Collection keeps growing. Week 14 Froggie de ToTo started his day outside the jam space beside Tone Gallery Artz Supply on Cortes Island gazing on a sunny day waiting to have his portrait done.Using Kroma Crackle,chalk dryed poppies,acrylic paint and collagin one of my own photo’s .The portrait started with a blind contourContinue reading “Froggie de ToTo aka French Toast”
Artrosshes was a town filled with artists and all thats left is there ghosts.Now they only see in one colour. This series is all done on recycled vinyal siding using different mediums,and typograghy.The letter F also using kroma crackle,kroma benzi yellow,and there new colour of paint vancouver grey,shell and broken piece of ordiments found.
Honey wanted her potrait to resemble what she looks out at Squirrel Cove daily.I used collage,acrylic paints,recycled scrabble pieces,and Kroma Crackle . The Stuffy Collection Potraits continues. This is a 52 week challenge doing my first attempt at potraits using my stuffed animal collection.
Here is a new multi-media collage/painting/drawing of Betty Boo, who will be 5 months old in 2 days. I used Kroma Crackle, a lot of paper, a pencil drawing, and acrylic paint. Now I’m inspired to do one for each of my 4 legged family members. This was a very fun project, I hope youContinue reading “Portrait of Betty”