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Mini Floral Collection on The Campbell Collective

I am so excited to share eight 9 x 12 inch Floral Collage Works with you.  They are loosely based off of our time here in Spain working for Aleia Roses.  Because of that, each composition has a single red rose incorporated into the piece. These eight compositions will release on The Campbell Collective on Thursday, February 4th at 8:30am EST.   These collages are a little different from other collage pieces I have done in the past because they are larger.  I also used a wet on wet watercolor technique to create the vases for each composition.  And in every piece there are torn and cut paint palettes used to create the flowers as well as a few sketched flowers...

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Small Collage Art

I am very excited to share this group of paintings that will be arriving to Bennett's Frames and Art Gallery in Greenville, South Carolina very soon!  To create this series, I took old paint palettes and white washed them for the large paper you see in the background.  I like how the paint reads through the white and slightly peeks out from underneath the whitewash.  Also, for me texture adds such dimension to the composition.  I then took other old paint palettes and cut and tore them up to create the flower arrangements.  Some of the dried paint naturally was in an organic floral shape, so this process works well for me.   The last step of the process is to...

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Nests for Mother's Day

Mother's Day is quickly coming and this year the Mamas have put in their fair share of work.  I know that during this Covid-19 time, I've become a homeschool teacher, a short order cook, and constant entertainer.  My family better gift me well, and art is the best gift any time!! Here are some styled images of the nests in my home.  I hope you like them and gift one for your Mama this year!  Hope you enjoy these textural, fun little Robin's Nests!

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New Works

Since quarantine has begun, I have just been trying to approach the canvas without any plans and see where the brush takes me.  It has more of an intuitive painting process- my favorite way to come to the canvas.  This has been a super stressful experience (for all of us!) and I'm so grateful to have my paintbrushes to carry me through it.  I do think this is some of my strongest work to date, so creative flow is one of the things many things I will be thankful for during this odd time.  I hope wherever you are, whatever you are doing, you are safe, healthy, finding joy in the small things, and trying to do something creative for yourself...

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