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April 04, 2019
They're here! My first collection of landscapes. This was SUCH a long time coming, and it's truly an honor to share these pieces with you.
Fairlington Trees, 16"x20"
My new landscapes series is entitled Road Trips.
In starting these landscapes, I spent weeks (months, really) studying works by Matisse, Van Gogh, Bonnard, Alice Neel, and SJ Peploe. Color, brushstroke, and vision varied among all these greats, but each spoke to me. It is so hard to capture what your mind interprets and create it with your hands (or voice, or feet).
Waterfront Park, 18"x24"
Every painting is based off a photo I have taken while traveling. Some are from photos over a decade old; some photos were taken with a film camera; some were taken with my phone from the passenger seat of a moving car; some were taken quite close to home, and at least one was taken across the ocean.
Pleasant Lake, 30"x40"
Each tells its own story using color, shape, texture, and line to create a unique experience. Trees are magnificent, water is magical, flowers are pure beauty, and grass is necessary for life. Using abstract colors and simplified forms, I hope to capture the feelings of wonder and peace that I experience in nature.
Thank you for coming on this journey with me!
Shop collection here.
(studio photos by Anna Meyer Photo)
April 22, 2019
While I firmly believe there is no right way or wrong way to decorate your home, I do think there a lot of right ways (and a lot of wrong ways) to hang and display art.
Here are my favorite tips I have learned over the years and rounded up from some of my favorite home decor blogs on how to correctly hang wall art in your home!
March 13, 2019
You guys! I am so excited to share this free mini-course that I'm taking with Emily Jeffords on creative business!
As you may know, I am currently a part of Emily's Artist Mastermind, and
February 13, 2019