The Edge of the Field

The tree and the field are separate, yet they are connected by the grass the grows beneath them. The field has come to an end, to make way for the tree to flourish.

Unknown Journey

A woman ventures into the unknown, vibrant bag clutched as she makes her way.

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Hot August Flight

A triptych reminiscent of the summer air and the birds soaring on the hot breezes.

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Fires at Midnight

The bright blooms of the poppy flowers stand out against the night. The ever-burning spirit of life continues on in spite of the dark.

24”x 8” Acrylic on cradled canvas, unframed
Currently showing as a part of the Oceanside Cultural Arts Foundation.

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Summer Blues

Created during the summer of 2021. Feeling alive yet blue. The heatwaves help the blooms bloom, but only for a little bit.




Femininity, yoga and the comfort of one’s own body. Scarlet.


Hope for Flowers


The hope for flowers lies in the roots, and these ones are in bloom themselves. There is always hope for new growth just under the surface, though you might not always be aware of it.

24”x 24” Acrylic on cradled canvas, unframed


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Who really adopts who? This is the question posed and answered with this diptych. The animals that let us into their lives and the wildness that lives in our hearts are aspects explored in this piece.

12”x 24” Oil on heavy gessoed cradled wooden board, unframed

adopted woman


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The Drifting Willow


The Drifting Willow, Acrylic.  A piece to capture the majesty and emotion inherent in a weeping willow. This tree stands on its own, bathed in the blues, greens, and yellows of the shaded evening of the forest.


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Dance of the Spirit Flowers

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Dance of the Spirit Flowers, Acrylic. Just down the road from my house is a field of flower. Though most of the year they are dried up and dead the spirit of these flowers must have worked their way into my inspiration. It wasn’t until I had painted this that I noticed the similarity between these flowers and the ones I pass almost daily.

Unframed Heavy Duty Cradled Canvas 30″Hx40″Wx2″d. Acrylic on Cradled Canvas.

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