Canvas Painting - 'Shoes around the world' 8" x 8" canvas paintings.
Mache' Canvas - Honoring Formula 1 race car driver Jackie Stewart on an 11" x 9" mache' canvas.
Gift Box - Celebrating the 50th Anniversary of the Can Am Racing Series. The Car is a 1973 DN2 painted on a wood hinged box that measures 8 1/2" x 5 1/4" x 3 1/4".
Table Centerpieces - For a wedding at the Aquarium of the Pacific in Long Beach, CA. Made from Styrofoam, tulle, paper, straight pins and glue.
Wood Plaque - Hand painted with all the family names.
Wood Plaque - To hang in Ben's gaming room.
Canvas Painting - A rad monkey for a new baby nursery. 20" x 24" canvas painting.
Painted Canvas Shoes - Gumby hi-tops for my twisted husband's birthday.
Painted Canvas Shoes - Gumby is always with you.
Painted Canvas Shoes-The Minecraft video game caricatures.
Painted Canvas Shoes - The back of the Minecraft shoes don't disappoint.
Mixed Media - 'Rat Rod' is fabricated from a faux rat skeleton and put together with parts and pieces. The helmet, rear wing, eyes and teeth are hand painted.
Mixed Media - The 'Graveyard Cruiser' was my entry into a pumpkin decorating contest. I didn't win, but it doesn't matter because this is SO COOL.
My latest passion is creating 3-D art from paper cutouts. I download the color designs from the internet, print them out and then spend countless hours cutting, folding and gluing until my eyes fall out.
This fully-detailed paper motorcycle is almost 12-inches long and 5-inches tall, and took me nearly six weeks to complete. Here are a few more of my favorites:
Mixed Media - 'Attack of the Giant Octopus!' The house is made of paper with a knit octopus sitting on top.
Mixed Media - The back of the sculpture shows more detail.
Paper Art - Paperback Rider
Paper Art - Tubular, man...
Canvas Painting - Sylas turns one. A photograph was used to turn Sylas into Superman in this 8" x 10" canvas painting.
Wood Step Stool - Painted to match a toddler's bedroom.
Wood Step Stool - A puppy-themed stool is prefect for a boy or a girl.
Painting - Acrylic paint on watercolor paper, special commission for Turquoise Travel.
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