How the work starts: lots of underpainting to get a base of color before I start drawing.
And here's some progress. Still in the works, but we're getting there!
Lots of work in the studio right now.
My show with J.Rinehart Gallery in February 2024 seems like a ways down the road, but we all know how time flies...
My work is greatly inspired by my surroundings and my experiences. I get a lot of inspiration from my travels which feed my love of adventure and discovery. A recent trip to San Francisco opened up skies of thought in all direction: from Indian food to good conversations, quiet moments in the sun to gritty pavement streets, everything is fuel for the imagination!
more work and progress soon.
Shunpike’s Storefronts Program is a temporary public art program on Amazon’s South Lake Union campus in Seattle.
Each of the panels for this project are 60x60 inches, so the installation will be
5ftx15ft total (shown with me for size perspective)
Thanks to my math-minded husband, Jason, we successfully installed the three panels that make up the work entitled Being and Process
The work is up and viewable 24/7. The window will be lit at night for round-the-clock viewing. 440 Terry Ave N, Seattle.
I added a QR code to the window that links to my website—hoping that helps get the word out! Please feel free to share the news: my art will be up through January 2023!
This work is available for purchase; please use the contact tab for more information or contact
J.Rinehart Gallery in Seattle