I make new work every day. I divide rag watercolor paper into grids measuring 2.5 x 3.5 or 4 x 6 inches. I work on multiple paintings at a time. I use a bell curve method: one of the synchronous paintings will the best, one will be the worst, and several will be learning events. The best work goes into my portfolio and onto my blog. I save unsuccessful paintings to use in collages. I also do several collages at a time with the same multiple artwork method.
I use transparent watercolors and opaque gouache paints, India ink, oil pastels, glitter glue, rubber stamps and one of my favorite art supplies is white out from the office supply store.
I live an art life; everything I do is in a spirit of creative experimentation. I am simultaneously a traditional artist creating expressionistic small paintings and life drawings, a digital artist with research into networked art, and a teaching artist. I seek to extend my vision of continual growth and learning into the world through always-evolving art.