Category Archives: the Basement Gallery

Some pieces that got finished last Friday!

As I cleaned and shifted work in the ArtPod last Friday, I broke up the work with fun work– painting. As always, there are plenty of pieces just waiting, almost finished, needing just a little undivided attention to complete them. … Continue reading

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Bandit and Chase, 48″ x 36″–one from the stacks

Venetian red gesso from Daniel Smith art supply company in Seattle was a beloved product for a while. For a while, all my paintings started from this deep, warm, brick color. It makes the white and the black very dramatic … 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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