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Here’s a little peek of one of my newest paintings. Please come by and meet me and my work this weekend during the studio tour, November 15th and 16th from 11am-5pm. This piece, titled Labyrinth, was inspired by my studies about the brain and its ability to regenerate new cells and connections.


Labyrinth (cropped)


I am looking forward to a wonderful evening at the Davenport Hotel put on by the Museum of Arts and Culture this Saturday November 8th. I am excited that my piece was chosen for inclusion in the 2014 Art Auction.  I am proud to be placed along side some of the greatest artist of the Spokane region of which I will always consider my home. If you weren’t able to get tickets to what I have heard is a sold out event then please try again next year. It is an incredible evening for a worthy cause, a vital WA museum.

My painting, Under the Bridge Some Play, speaks of my family memories of Spokane, where my husband and I raised our children and of stories I hear from my friends that only they can repeat; those stories of mischievous children finding trouble where none seems clear. This in turn brings back my own childhood that undeniably contained some naughtiness as well and of the fact that undisclosed mischief remains in the memories of my children and their children as well.

Under the Bridge Some Play 24"x18"

Under the Bridge Some Play 24″x18″

Another Season, Another Reason; The Girl Next Door (part 1 of 2)


The Blue Wednesday Group is showing at the Twisp Cafe in Liberty Lake.  See the art of  five of the members now through September.  There will be a ‘Meet The Artists’ reception September 10 from 7 – 9. 

Take a drive out to Liberty Lake and stop by The Twisp Cafe to enjoy great food, great drink and great art. 


Don’t Look; I tell myself

 I am one of 30 artists invited to create works surrounding the subject of death and bereavement. The provocative exhibit, Urn Your Way , runs through September.