In about a month, I will be installing a 70-foot installation that is made of all acrylic business signs that have been taken down or replaced. I will be installing it (with help!) in a a new hospital filled with original art all from local artists in a 50-mile radius.
My design is a colorful urban city that becomes more rural as the youngest patients and their parents walk into the pediatric corridor... Read more →
Last February, I was visiting a sweet river town along the Delaware River and came across an old fashion barbershop with a sign in the door that said, “closed until further notice”. It really was old fashioned. Take a peek.
Below the sign was a small bouquet with this note.... Read more →
It is mid summer and I have have been really busy in my studio working on my installation for Capital Health Hospital. Seems this week everyone I know or know of is on vacation. There is no time for a big getaway as I am staring right at the creative finish line. But there is always time for a small escape and I have had a few.
This past week, I went to Princeton with my 13-year-old daughter and her friend and we left Read more →
Here is a peek into my creative process. Recently, I was asked to come up with an idea for artwork for a boutique in a new hospital I am a doing a major installation in. That installation is almost 70 feet long and is an urban landscape built fr... Read more →
I have been creating art from recycled materials for almost ten years. I have taken many classes in watercolors, oils, acrylics and other mediums. Although I enjoyed them, I realized I got completely lost in making art when I was reusing materials. I felt as if these objects found me and I loved looking at something that was being discarded and seeing what it "could be" instead of what it "was". I didn't realize then that I was embarking on a "green" journey that would gain incredible momentum.
So, how ... Read more →