It has been way to long since I have surfed. I am a real wimp when it comes to cold weather. If my teeth are chattering then it is no fun for me. So I guess if I can't surf then I'll have to paint waves to get my fix. I can't wait for summer!You can see more of my paintings here.
2014. Wow! I have a great feeling about this year. Its gonna be a good one. For me personally I really want to get serious about my art. I want to try new things and make prints and start getting the word out locally that I am an artist.These are a few words of wisdom I found on Pinterest I love. Lets all go big this year ! Who's with me?
I decided to challenge myself with a painting of one of my favorite things,Amethyst. I love the way it turned out. I think I might do a series of minerals. Shells are in the works too.
I will post some before and afters of my renovation when I get them all together. It takes time to get settled and even more time to get it actually finished.
Well, I have been up to my eyeballs in the renovation of our house. I don't think I have ever sweat so much in my entire life. I did the majority of the demo by myself and although I actually enjoyed it, it was a lot of work. We are getting to the fun stages soon so I can't wait for that. I will be sure and show my before and afters.
Wish me luck!
Wish me luck!
These are a few pieces of beautiful jewelry by Christine Mighion. Her pieces are eco-friendly and a portion of each sale is donated to charitable organizations that protect our beaches and marine environment. Check out her site for more info.
* All items are fabricated from eco-friendly 100% recycled 14k gold and sterling silver.
* A portion of each sale is donated to charitable organizations that protect our beautiful beaches and marine environment.
* All items are designed and fabricated by me personally using US sourced materials.
I am dying over these amazingly beautiful hand glazed terra-cotta tiles by Tabarka Studio. I can only imagine how much they cost ( it doesn't say any prices on their site). They do however give me lots of painting ideas and possible ways to repaint some terra-cotta hexagon tiles I have in my future home. Swoon!