Friday, September 20, 2019

A Year's Worth Of Art

Twin Peaks and Sister
6x12, matted and framed to 10x16, $145
Watercolor and Ink
Autumn Quakies
6x12, matted and framed to 10x16  $145
Watercolor and Ink

Chimney Peak in Autumn
8x8, Matted and framed to 12x12  $75
Watercolor and Ink



Flower rag quilt for great niece, Mia
60x60

Delicate Arch landscape quilt
24x26

Mount Abram Autumn
8x8, matted and framed to 12x12, $75
Watercolor and Ink
Gray Copper Gulch
 6x12, matted and framed to 10x16, $145
Watercolor and Ink
Zion's East Temple
Watercolor and Ink

8 1/2 x 11
the Sonoran Desert
8 1/2 x 11
Watercolor and Ink
A quilt for my friend, Pat
50x56

Flower rag quilt for great niece, Emma
60x60



I did not realize how long it had been since I updated my blog.
So included in this post are most of the paintings and quilts that I have done in the past year.  Except for the landscape quilt, all of them have been gifts.  I have sold a few paintings this year as well as many prints and cards.  The Purple Peacock, where I had paintings, closed, but a portion of it was rebooted by our friend, Jen Norvell.  She has been selling cards and prints for me at her studio, Mountain Dog Arts, and she also sells at the Ridgway Farmer's Market every Friday.  She does pottery herself, gives lessons and provides studio time for potters.  The Wildflower, where I have had paintings, prints and cards for many years is closing the end of this year, so my employers and friends, Bruce and Tamara Gulde will be displaying my original art and cards in Mountain Fever. Where one door shuts a new one opens.  I am very grateful to those who have carried my art in the past and those who will be doing so in the future.  
I continue to enjoy the combination of watercolor and ink and also the smaller 8x8 and 6x12 formats.  But I have not figured out how to make cards from these smaller formats.  
I took a couple of pottery lessons from Jen earlier this summer and have been spending some time at the studio trying to perfect my technique.  It is going slowly, but I am seeing a little bit of improvement.  


















1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Lovely!!!