Rosy’s Outlook: Lake Michigan Dunes in Health Pointes Private Collection. How do I know when a painting is finished? I go with my gut. I step back one or two final times to see what minor tweaks need to be made before I sign my name and put my brush
I’m working on a new large series called Sea and Sand. A mix of greys,tans, and blues painterly move across the canvas with loose oil stick lines drawn on top and tons of texture from a secret painting underneath. A few hidden messages of my thoughts scribbled in the mix
Saturday afternoons birthday paint party! These girls were hilarious to listen to! Love the unicorns!
Lots of laughs from this internal medicine group from Mercy Health Friday afternoon. A great form of therapy for relieving stress. Bloody skies were the common theme for their work. 🙂 Thank you for the great humor you brought to the event. Laughing is great for the soul!
Here’s a look at the Health Pointe Medical Facility in Grand Haven, Michigan where a good number of my prints and paintings are now hanging. It was great to see many of these paintings blown up to a larger scale than the original and to also view them printed on
Preparing to deliver to the galleries by the end of April/ early May for upcoming summer season. This oil is inspired by the view of Lake Michigan from the top of a dune. A few up close photos of the painting to see the brush strokes. Feel free to contact
New series started titled “Sea & Sand”. Cool beige, grey, white, and several blue tones cover the canvas. I’ve added texture to these new paintings created from handmade stamps using blocks of wood, board, hot glue dots and string. Here’s a few up close pictures of the