This piece is all about warmth, in rusty red, burgundy, and orange.
There’s something about a hole in the wall that makes you want to peek into it
This piece is a bit of a puzzle, with interlocking block-like shapes.
The genesis of this diptych was a series of photos I took of targets, spray-painted on concrete.
This piece started with a photo I took of the metal decking on a ferry.
This quilt-inspired piece includes elements that wouldn’t normally be stitched together.
I love the way lichen and mosses grow on wood and stone in the Pacific Northwest.
I began this piece with bands of color and texture.
A swarm of shapes swim across a weathered crevasse.
I often use this elongated oval shape with pointed ends in my artwork.