The hardest question for me to answer is "what kind of art do you do?" My work changes gradually but constantly, and if it is not changing, I feel I am not putting enough of myself into it. My art reflects my experiences, and I have been fortunate to have experienced a broad range of places and people. Currently, I work most often in acrylic, sometimes picking up watercolor or oil pastels for hiking trips when I need lighter-weight materials. My subjects are usually things in the natural world - landscapes, seascapes, animals and still life. I have also painted portraits and abstract pieces, and I am planning a series of paintings that reflect my Peace Corps experience in West Africa. The moods, colors and brushstrokes I use are all in response to the subject matter.

I recently read that Georgia O'Keefe learned printmaking as a way to make her art affordable. The Giclée prints I have included on this site are my answer to this idea. I don't have the space to take up printmaking, but using today's digital technology, I can offer affordable reproductions of my paintings that are extremely close to the original in color and sharpness, and the materials are durable and long-lasting.

Giclée prints are high quality digital reproductions. Each print is carefully examined for quality and color correctness by the artist. They come on heavy, photo-quality paper. The artist's signature appears on each print. Large prints are rolled, unmounted, and shipped in shipping tubes unless otherwise specified. Small prints are shipped flat.

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