I now live in Southern Oregon! I'll be posting more original pieces once I get my new studio set up.
I use fabric scraps and other (often reclaimed) materials to create vibrant original artwork.
I also translate my one-of-a-kind creations into frame-ready prints that faithfully translate the color, texture and pattern of the orginal artwork using conservation-grade paper and archival-quality ink.
My prints-on-wood collection is a more laid-back version of the paper print. Features five poppy designs printed on reclaimed cabinet scrap wood.
I use reclaimed materials as much as possible in my art, so I'm excited to debut this new style of prints on wood, printed locally with archival ink on birch veneer scraps reclaimed from a local cabinet maker. The wood grain peeks through, making each print unique while still detailing the fabric texture of the original art work.
Hang it as-is or slip it into any 5x7" frame to brighten any small space.
Scenic Route Collection
The road sign that started it all....For me, this iconic California Scenic Route sign embodies the bountiful natural beauty and spirit of adventure of my home state.
Obviously, I had to re-imagine the sign in textiles. Now I'm featuring fine art prints that translate the textures of the original pieces in vivid detail.