I discovered a genre new to me and am enjoying learning new mixed media techniques. Right now, abstract art is sitting on a shelf while I explore art from a mixed media perspective. So far I find it a very personal form of art, each piece that has my personal handwriting on it gets a glimpse into the thoughts and activities that consumed me that day, it’s like an art journal on canvas. Stay safe and well everyone!
When I started self isolating, I created this art journal page and incorporated words to represent thoughts and actions that were helping me to remain calm during the early days of the crisis. Art is so therapeutic and helps keep me sane!
This mixed media art is on 11 x 17 inch paper. I used ink, watercolor paint and stamps.
This acrylic abstract is on an 18 x 24 inch canvas. I had a lot of fun creating this multi-layered painting in 2015.
I love the color red and this is my absolute favorite mandala that I have done to date. It’s on 11 x 17 inch paper and was completed using ink.
I created this mixed media mandala on 11 x 17 inch paper with ink and soft pastels. It definitely evokes a very warm feeling in most viewers.
I created this mixed media piece for my best friend. All the writing in the art refers to a special memory between us, spanning our 20 year friendship. There is nothing I love more then creating art for my loving family and friends. “Memories” was created with various types of ink, markers and watercolor paint on 11 x 17 inch paper.
This mandala, titled “Love, Joy and Hope” is on 11 x 17 inch paper and was created using micron fine tipped pens, Faber Castell Pens and also Jelly Roll pens.
This abstract acrylic is on 30 x 30 canvas and has many layers and is full of texture with the use of heavy gloss. It’s one of my favorite abstracts that I’ve done and has found a home in my living room.
This mandala is on 12 x 12 mixed media paper using acrylic paints, watercolors and ink.
This mixed media mandala is on 12 x 12 paper and was created using micron pens, jelly roll pens and watercolor paint.
I created this multimedia mandala on 11 x 17 inch paper using ink and watercolors.
This abstract on 30 x 30 never got sold because once my son saw it he said he wanted to hang it in his room. He has about 3 of my paintings in his room now. It makes me happy that my 15 year old son loves my art so much.
This mandala includes some of the elements I think need to be present and is very vibrant and detailed. It’s done with watercolor paint on 8 x 10 paper.
I love this small painting. It’s on 8 x 10 paper. I do ship internationally. DM me if you are interested. #Abstractart #art
This abstract water color is on 11 x 17 inch paper. It was the first time I used Sakura watercolors from Japan and am in love with them. So vibrant!
Thanks for joining me! I am a visual artist and am happy to show you my work. Please click on Portfolio at the bottom of the screen to see my art work.
Good company in a journey makes the way seem shorter. — Izaak Walton