Wednesday, March 22, 2023


I feel as if this tree knows everything I ever think of when I sit here. When I come back to it, I never have to remind it of anything; I begin just where I left off. ~Willa Sibert Cather, O Pioneers!, 1913

36x30 / acrylic on canvas

*Also shown how it would look framed. 

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Tuesday, January 10, 2023


Ripple / 40x48 / acrylic on canvas

Here’s the last of my three bold, more abstracted reflection paintings. These were all painted from some pictures I took on a hike in Montreal. I really enjoy the vivid, graphic look of these pieces.

Sunday, January 1, 2023

Happy 2023

 💫 Happy 2023 💫

As I was thinking about what to write I spent some time looking back through my feed. My entry from the end of 2020 stopped me in my tracks—it brought back a flood of memories. I decided to repost as a) a reminder of how far we’ve come and b) to hang on to a bit of what we discovered during that time ❤️ xo 

Don’t let the door hit you on the way out 2020🚪Grateful of course for many, many things but also happy to see the back end of this loathsome year. 

Looking back at 2020 saw my painting take a bit of a backseat—sustaining concentration was often a challenge 😑—but I started up a tea towel business that has been very gratifying. Definitely a plus. I also ran a kindness project (another plus). I discovered a love of Cheetos and Nerds (this has got to be a minus. Apparently desperate times do require desperate measures). I loved seeing all the “C’est va bien aller”s in people’s windows. I did not love that hugs and handshakes got cancelled. I loved seeing so many people out walking in the evenings. I did not love not being able to have people in our home. And on and on.

So here’s to 2021. May it be a kinder year. I wish each of you days filled with love, peace and belonging. A gentle spirit and curious, intelligent conversation. Laughter to chase away sadness. Drive out loneliness and ask for what you need. Onward.