Tag Archives: nature artwork

North Hills Art Center Member’s Show Submissions

Saturday, September 16 is the opening for the annual Member’s Show at the North Hills Art Center. I pulled together recent paintings I haven’t included in any exhibit there yet for my entries. You’ve seen two of these paintings in the past few months as my featured artwork, Forest Bathing and Peach Begonias, and I […]

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North Hills Art Center Art for Animals Submissions

I dropped off submissions to the North Hills Art Center annual Art for Animals exhibit to benefit the Hope Haven Farm Sanctuary, which takes in farm animals and livestock who need to be rescued from negative or inhumane conditions. You’ve seen two of these paintings in the past few months, Big Blue and Nikka’s Jupiter […]

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Nature & Wildlife Framed Original Artwork 25% Off

I always like to share my quarterly Nature & Wildlife newsletters after subscribers have had a chance to see it and all the offers have expired. This is my winter 2022-2023 Newsletter, and the main special is framed original artwork. Photographing and displaying my framed original artwork Unless you join me at an exhibit or […]

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“Light Into Darkness” Exhibit Submissions

The North Hills Art Center is hosting a themed exhibit, Light Into Darkness, to benefit local non-profit Veterans Leadership Program. I dropped off my artwork earlier this week. The opening is February 11, and if you’re local stop by for some wine and cheese and some really beautiful art from what I saw of the […]

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Summer and Winter in Exhibit Submissions

It’s the first art call of 2023: I dropped off submissions at the North Hills Art Center for an exhibit at Northland Library. It’s not a juried show, just artwork that will hang in the library and is for sale. Exhibits usually have a three-year limit for submissions, meaning works you’ve created within the past […]

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North Hills Art Center Members’ Exhibit Submissions

It’s been a busy week for my artwork! Along with working on a couple of commissioned works and getting ready for Rock the Quarry and Seasons on the Panhandle Trail, I dropped off submissions to the North Hills Art Center annual members’ exhibit to benefit the nonprofit West View Hub which offers a variety of […]

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A Rework for My Tote Bags

Just like all the other products I make, I took some time this spring to go over the issues and snags I’d encountered with my tote bags last year, and did my best to resolve those issues and streamline my production. The Tote Bag Rework I had found a lightweight canvas for my tote bags […]

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Brushy Kitties Tote Bag in Classic Black and White

I love mini cat prints. This is another of my new totes, and I also offer it the pattern in an accessory bag. This pattern is a collage of all the kitties I’ve drawn in this same style with the above-mentioned brush pen, singles, multiples, smooth lines, sketchy lines, just a bunch of busy kitties […]

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Summery Flowery Tote Bags

Inspired by summer flowers in my yard and beyond, here are three roomy totes for shopping, for the beach, or even for a nice big purse. I made three flower designs, and have more in mind. Below is “Greenhouse Gerberas”, an oil pastel painting I created from photos I’d take at a favorite greenhouse. I’ve […]

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A New Tote Bag Style and 8 New Designs

A new tote bag style and size, and eight new designs! Five are feline, three are flowers. I’m pleased to finally see this idea become a reality. Designing this tote bag style I’ve had this idea for a few years for a larger tote bag. It’s based on the larger size fabric transfer I use, […]

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