Learning to See Color

Is color the same everywhere for everyone? What does color “mean”? How have artists attempted to control color? These questions are just a few of those posed by a rich and varied exhibition at the Victoria Myrhen Gallery at the University of Denver’s School of Art & Art History, opening next week, January 14th.  Contemporary … More Learning to See Color

New Endeavors

While working on a recent commission, I was given a challenge: don’t use the color blue. Or purple. OR PINK. Let me tell you, it was not easy! My first 15 paintings were absolute failures. On the first go around, I created paintings with purple in them, and on the second, the red paint I … More New Endeavors

The Rain Studies

Why did I ever not want to create limited edition prints of my work? Honestly, I cannot remember. I think it was looked down upon, but now it is cool. So when I got the opportunity to create my own edition of prints from my original watercolors, I was thrilled. The process was challenging. First … More The Rain Studies

The Entanglements: a series of paintings

For the past several months, I have been hard at work on a series of paintings I call the “Entanglements.” These paintings on paper and canvas were inspired by my discovery of quantum entanglement theory, which posits that when any two particles come into relationship with one another, they become irrevocably “entangled.” Even after they … More The Entanglements: a series of paintings