The owl woman in my dream was flying around, not carrying anything. It seems like all my work is carrying around something so I decided she should have something in her talons. My first thought was a skull, but then I
This is the start of Fly By Night. I had a vivid dream of a creature that was part owl, part tree and part human. My first dream thought was that this was a variation of a Harpy, but she
Birth, life and death are interrelated cycles. Death brings decay so that other plants can grow.
Colony Collapse Disorder. Confused bees try to navigate their way home, while a worried dryad worries about their future.
Still working on the shell of my hermit crab woman. I wanted the shell to look old and worn and be combined with a skull. The skull was important to illustrate how hermit crab woman’s shell is both protective in
So here I am on page 87 of the new book dedicated to polymer clay artists! This work will be at Virginia MOCA this month, along with 15 other wall sculptures.
I have always enjoyed hearing the song of cicada in the late summer. This summer I was lucky enough to see a cicada that had just emerged from its shell. I was inspired by its brilliant greens and impressed by
Wanting to move on from figures with black eyes, I recently began reverse painting round glass cabochons to create eyes for my artwork. A pleasant and unexpected side effect of this is that the eyes appear to follow you wherever
Defensive’s scales were inspired by a documentary about how snakes evolved to have venom. Although feared, snakes have bodies that are easily hurt by the claws and teeth of their prey so they evolved venom to quickly paralyze prey that could injure them.