What happens when 18 people pray for 18 days? (highlights from Piccolo Spoleto 2012)

Does prayer make a difference? It sure did for me. Even as I write this, someone I love is smack dab in the midst of a major life crisis, but I’ve watched in awe over the last month as our powerful God has continued to specifically answer the earnest prayers of her band of praying […]

11.11.11 (even better than I could have imagined!)

If you know me at all, you may have noticed that I’ve been pretty excited, anticipating 11.11.11. That’s because back in 2003, I realized that the calendar would be a perfectly symmetrical date on my 41st birthday. Since then, I have spent the last eight years reminding my husband Tim that I would like a […]

Lots of people must be praying! (news from my booth at Piccolo Spoleto)

This family from Charleston were my first customers of the show on the opening day of Piccolo Spoleto,  purchasing SUNFLOWER PATH.  They hung it up right away in their family room and then decided they needed one more for their living room, so they came back later that same day and bought a second one the same size–SALT MARSH! […]

Why I’m getting excited for Piccolo Spoleto…

Here’s the seventh oil painting from my new series of ten “snapshots” of Charleston, SC. I’ve created all these little memories of the city to sell at the Piccolo Spoleto Festival, where I’ll be set up at Marion Square from May 27th – June 11th, 2011. Since this is an outdoor art show, I’m praying […]

Standing on the corner of King St. and Murray Blvd.

Here’s another painting to add to my collection of Charleston-inspired snapshot type paintings. You can read the story behind this painting on my website.  If you click on this link you can see photos of the park that is across the street from this building. Here’s a quick movie showing this painting from start to […]

The Old Exchange Building

Here’s painting #4 in my new series of streetscapes from Charleston, SC. To read the story behind the painting or to see the others in this series, check out my website. For some history on this historic building, click here. Below is a short video showing the painting in progress from start to finish.

What I love about Charleston…

Here’s the third painting in my series of streetscapes from Charleston, SC. Click here to read the inspiration behind this painting. Click here to watch a short clip showing the painting from start to finish.

The making of “Broad Street Barber Shop”

Here’s a 1:15 minute clip that shows one of my recent oil paintings from start to finish. I’ll be taking all these new street scenes with me to the Piccolo Spoletto Outdoor Art Exhibit, May 27-June 11th in Charleston, SC.