I have fallen in love…

I am still in love with this sea of sunflowers! This painting is the second (and definitely NOT the last) oil painting inspired from my favorite  field in Travelers Rest, SC. (Click here to see a link to the first one.) To see this painting in person, stop into The Forest Coffeehouse (formerly Leopard Forrest Coffee Cafe), […]

Dahlia #3 (from my garden!)

On this first day of winter, it’s still summer in my studio… I am very thankful to be enjoying views of some of the flowers that were growing in my garden this past fall. Paintings are especially good at capturing a special memory. Oh, how I love summer. As of today, we’re half way there! […]

Turning Pumpkins into Snowmen

Every now and then there are days that I am particularly happy to be ME. On the day I finished this little pumpkin into snowman project, I was so completely pleased with myself — for two reasons. 1. I dreamed up this super cute, super simple way to use my pumpkins all winter, saving them […]

Make some art with me! (December 19th, 2011)

I’m teaching a Kid’s Art Project! Monday, December 19, 2011 3rd – 5th Grade: 9:30 — noon 6th – 8th+ Grade: 1:30 — 4:00 Location: My studio at Greenville’s Art Crossing along the Reedy River If you’re interested in more details, click on the following link for a pdf file of the flyer. winterartclass The main […]

Greenville’s First Friday is tonight!

It’s a great night to be in downtown Greenville! Come visit me at 201 Studios tonight from 6-9pm. You can bring your kids and have their silhouette created in just 5 minutes, shop for Christmas gifts and stocking-stuffers, try on jewelry, hear live music, learn about Greenville’s train station, see my new series of flower paintings, […]

12 for 12! Winter Berries calendar for December

Behold: The 12th calendar, for the 12th month of the year! It’s a satisfying feeling to have “made good” on my promise to provide a calendar for every month of 2011. I love to accomplish things… especially long-term goals. But now that this little project is over, the questions begin to arise in my mind… […]