Category Archives: Artist’s Blog

Blogging about the process and inspiration

Stretching and Challenge

I’m at that place with my output where I either dive in and take huge risks or remain content with charming sculptures that are “Tim Burton-esque”.  Both are valid choices.  One is more difficult than the other.  I want so … Continue reading

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Parts and Thoughts

This gallery contains 3 photos.

Some days, I just like looking at the bits and bobs that I’ve collected for my work.  I arrange them for different perspectives and just stare.   Baldy ended up with a new “do” and became “a still life” (see … Continue reading

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“Discardia” exhibit a smashing success!

Well, the “Discardia” exhibit at CK Gallery in Oakland was a hit.  Charlotte Kubiak, the gallery founder and owner, received rave reviews for her selection of artists and works.  And personally, 5 of 9 pieces (four of them are shown … Continue reading

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The Storm, then the Mess, then CREATIVITY

I spent 5 blissful weeks getting ready for the “Discardia” exhibit at CK Gallery in Oakland (you should check out the gallery – super cool).  Then I scooped up my work, 9 pieces in all, and dropped them off.  Exciting, … Continue reading

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Flea Market Finds

I absolutely LOVE flea markets!  I never know what I’ll find and the joy is in the discovery. Over time, I’ve tried to take pictures of my loot as it comes in the door of my studio and before I … Continue reading

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Doll Exhibit, ACCI Gallery, March 211

ACCI Gallery, Berkeley, CA Doll Exhibit I was lucky enough to be chosen to participate in the Doll Exhibit at ACCI Gallery, March 2011.   The experience was a new one for me, both exciting and edgy.  To see my work … Continue reading

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