Cats have finally found there way into my studio. Here is my tabby looking very serious!
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Here she is – such a beauty and fun to work on. Her owner Brenda, is the Development Director for Raphael House in Portland, it serves families suffering from domestic violence. To learn more about the great work they do in our community please go to raphaelhouse.co
I had the honor of creating a portrait of Chase (pictured above) who loved the Oregon Ducks football team and music. I completed the portrait last month for his mother. This portrait is made entirely of paper collage. The finished size of Chase is twenty inches square, but I have a variety of sizes to […]
This fall, I have been busy creating portraits of client’s furry family members. Their personalities are fun to capture with my collage technique, called“Cut Paper Portraiture.” People who view my portraits, can’t believe they are made entirely of paper! Please contact me for commissions via email/phone.
St John’s Coffee Roasters and Shop has my dessert art on display this month. They are a local company which roasts small batch organic and fair trade coffees from around the world. The baristas are wonderful. So, stop by enjoy a cup of “Real Good Coffee”. Here is their site for more information. stjohnscoffee.com
It was great fun to render some delicious desserts from 5 local bakeries around town. They were the focus of my recent show at Multnomah Arts Center. Bakers for left to right are: Baker & Spice, Jacivas, Papa Hydn, Provence on NW Thurman and Helen Blanchard. The show is over but, they are available as […]
Intersection Paper + Art Show’s reception is June 3rd – 7 to 9pm at the Multnomah Arts Center Gallery, in the heart of Multnomah Village. I will be showing my work with two other women artists who work in paper. The show runs through the month of June. I hope you can stop by and […]
While in Eastern Oregon with the Because She Cares Exhibit, I will be teaching portrait collage to junior and senior high school students in John Day. It is rewarding to share with art students creativity in portraiture and I am always amazed at their work!