Category Archives: permanent collection

More live oak studies in Texas

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Enjoying a wander through my visual history

After a big ShowBiz event like Studio Tour, it can be hard to crank up the creativity wheel again. Sometimes, it’s a quiet, watching energy I have, and I look back through sketchbooks or in this case, digital files back … Continue reading

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One from the Stacks (permanent collection)–Anne and 3 Dogs

Those who’ve been to my studio know there’s a LOT of work. Even though I might call something “permanent collection,” that term really only applies to a few things. Most of the work is for sale and is waiting to … Continue reading

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One weekend complete, one weekend to go–Studio Tour 2015

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permanent collection–Self-Portrait on Triangle

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