My cactus prints are limited edition prints (a run of only 25). Meaning... once I hit the magic number 25 they are no long available. I'm offering some new sizes, which will provide a range of prices as well as sizes. Click here to see prints and sizing.
Prints are made to order. Once you place your order, my local printer prints your lovely print on the selected acid free BK Reeves paper. (The quality is excellent! I recently had a framer mistake a print for the original.) I will sign it, include the title, and number of print. Once your print ships, you will receive an email with tracking information. All in... It takes about two weeks once you place your order.
Thank you! More good things to come (I promise.)
An array of colors fresh from the tube are squeezed onto a sheet of glass. Palette knife in hand, I dip into various colors as I blend a desired color either from memory or a reference. This delicate process is one of the many things I love about painting. Odorless mineral spirits (my favorite is Gamblin - because it's so pure) help thin the paint as colors transform and my paint brush dances across the palette.
Often, people will ask me the name of a color used in one of my paintings. I can't really say because many different colors make up one color. But give me a color to match and I can make it happen. While this skill takes time to develop, my process includes the constant study and experimentation of the use of color. I find inspiration from colors in nature and in my environment and mixing my own colors, is an extension of this learning process.
Given one color, Sherwin Williams - Palatial Skies, as the focus of a painting these restful blues with a hint of soft green will be a perfect addition to a Memphis bedroom.
Sharing the process of a painterly approach to art, wallcoverings, and textiles.