To be shown in the exhibit Her Art / Their Art: InterseXions and IdentityPublic · Hosted by InterUrban ArtHouse and UMKC Women's Center. SOLD
. . . this artwork was created by our oldest granddaughter when she was in grade school, I knew it was special to her and very special to us. I was remiss and finally framed it and it is hanging our home.
I love and am proud of my three sisters . . . Angela Lawrence, one of the three, owns 'appliqué after hours.' She designs appliqué patterns, creates fabulous quilts and fabric designs.She also finds the time to teach workshops.
Exchanged paintings with KCMO artist Katrina Revenaugh, Her work is the botanical interpretation along with one of my portraits. They really compliment each other.
. . . doll house quilts . . . fabulous . . . my granddaughters loved them . . . created by Great Aunt Paula.
A print given to me by my FB friend, Anne Larder Wood, an artist from Lincolnshire in the UK.www.wildartdesigns.com
nature-portraits from new series, 2020 In this series of paintings, I want to demonstrate my concern for the earth and encourage the minimization of humanity’s ecological footprint. My works are intimate studies, approximately 9 x 12 inches and employ
. . . working on a new series . . . I call it nature portraits, must work on a better title . . . am happy with results.
. . . we use to have a very large tree loaded with ornaments. . . it took several days to decorate . . . divided the ornaments and gave many to our sons and their families . . . some to charity and kept my favorites for a smaller tree.
decorated earlier this year . . . have simplified over the years . . . one constant is hanging my Mother's 50's wreath.
. . . inspired by the grasses in the nature park, colors of rich green/gold, goldenrod, sienna and cranberry, simulate a woven texture.
"Artists have no choice but to express their lives.” I believe this Anne Truitt quote supports my compulsion