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"Al Fresco" - Process + Inspo

"Al Fresco" - Process + Inspo

Throughout my childhood, on a Saturday in the beginning of April my mom would declare it the opening day of the porch. We would sweep off the floor, wipe down the table, and drag a dozen Carolina blue cushions up from the basement. From the warmth of early spring, through the heavy humidity of July, to the beginning crisp of October our lives were more or less ‘Al Fresco.’ As the days get longer, we all throw open the doors and begin the ritual of sharing meals around an outdoor table. This year especially, there’s a deep yearning for laughing...

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Greeted By The Salt

Greeted By The Salt

These pieces will be available later this month at The Campbell Collective. 

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It's that time of year...

It's that time of year...

Just wanted to give you little update on how the holiday shop is going to work this year. I'll be doing four releases of items this year.  November 19th at 10am November 26th at 10am December 3rd at 10am December 10th at 10am  This will range from stars & ornaments, to originals, prints, and NEW silkscreen prints! Here’s a sneak peek of some of the goodies to come! 

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August in Northern California

August in Northern California

We wrapped up summer travels with a month in Northern California. First, we flew out to Sonoma, with my Grandmother to see a show my brother was performing in. The show was amazing, and was with Transcendence Theatre which performs at the Jack London's Historic Property.    The next week, I participated in a plein air class with Camille Przewodek in Petaluma, CA. It was challenging and fun to work with oils, after working with acrylics for so long. She did an incredible job of showing light, and color variations depending on the time of day. I learned a lot,...

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2019 Summer Marsh Series

2019 Summer Marsh Series

Every year, I revisit the marsh series. I try to refresh it, make it feel new. This year, I have loved thinking about the edges of my paintings, and the borders. The first piece I did, was on a white panel, but I left the edge exposed to create a similar vibe as the edge of the Dockside Collection. I like it, a lot! Then, I decided to push the idea further by painting a bold colored border first, then a slightly lighter tone as the base of the painted image. From there, I would build the painting on top...

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