I am currently testing things out and selling small works of art here on my website. This is all very new to me, so I hope folks are understanding...again, technology is NOT my strongest tool in my box. If you do place an order and have ANY issues, PLEASE let me know right away. I will do my best to make things right.
I do not have any commission opennings until 2024. If you wish to place your name on a waiting list, feel free to email me and I can certainly add your name. A down-payment will be required once you reach 2 months out from your project start date to secure your slot.
Commissions: projects typically take between 3-5 months, downpayment is $2000.00 projects vary in costs and are determined on a case by case basis.
downpayments are non-refundable.
i love bags...all kinds of bags, tote bags, book bags and fun bags like the ones i offer with my art on them that folks can use for shopping or slugging things to and from the beach.
a number of my new favorite paintings are also offered for pouches, mugs and in selected home decor options too!
The selected images below (Occupation of a Mother's Heart and In Triumph Shall Wave) from the CENTURY IN THE SKY recently exhibited at the MSP International Gallery have been made available for purchase with ALL proceeds donated to: Beyond the Yellow Ribbon Network
St. Paul MN
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My blood raced through my veins. My youngest son, a fit and readied soldier, was heading to the other side of the world. Fear and worry occupied my heart and mind.
Gripping his son in my arms, I whispered stories of his father’s love. His compassion, courage and determination, faith without fear. I understood the baby’s wailing—we wailed together. And then I turned to God.
I sought His strength, begged for patience.
But to be honest, I held on tightly.
Ridiculously and selfishly wishing for control,
I knew deep in my heart I had to let go, and let God.
Over nearly 250 years, the United States has faced challenges from within and without. During trying times it has been, and still is, defended by the sacrifices of
people who serve—
in the armed forces, the National Guard, and civilian roles.
They protect and preserve the promise of our
Great American Experiment.
The braille words in the blue canton, "with liberty and justice for all," describe one of our aspirational moral foundations. The idea is incomplete. Never fully implemented, it has been challenged and chipped away at—yet it persists.
This flag shows the scars and wear of an active life. The scars’ deep texture touches our hearts, and invites us to
touch all that it represents.