Rocks and more rocks, painted hyper realistically in liquid acrylics!!! I recently returned to one of my favorite subjects this summer (2017) when I painted a charming vintage table. There are at least a dozen heart shaped stones in the oval table top (30″ X 19 “). How many can you find? I’ll let you decide the total number as some are only hinted at! Of course there is a bug on one of the stones. The lower shelf is painted as a single slab of grey marble. The shelf is also painted on the underside so as to continue the Trompe L’oeil illusion. The legs remain their original dark brown stain but I added small grey diamonds to the graceful curves to visually connect the two painted surfaces. The table stands 29” tall and has a drawer tucked under the top tier. This piece is similar to a previously commissioned table named River Stones, however this one is available! The table is for sale for $450.
I am so proud to announce a three page spread of my artwork in a national publication: the September/October 2016 issue of Rocks and Minerals Magazine. More than a year ago I was contacted by the editors of this gorgeous magazine asking if they could showcase my work in their regular feature of artists whose art focuses on rocks and minerals. I was over the moon at the idea and am blown away with the results! Thank you to this wonderful publication and a special thanks to Susan Robinson for all her help in facilitating the process.
I am happy to announce that I am now selling note cards prints of my art work. The 5 ½” X 4 ¼” cards are blank inside. I have over two dozen designs shown here for you to choose from. There is even one that is printed across both front and back. They are custom packaged with 10 cards of your choice, with 10 envelopes, for $25 including shipping with in the U.S.A. Smaller or larger orders are available. You may select cards by number and or name. Feel free to order singles or duplicates, just be sure to specify your choices when you contact me through this site. Payment is usually through PayPal.
This table is painted to appear as if the top is inlaid with a variety of stone tiles fitted together like an old crazy quilt. The lower shelf is painted as a single slab of Marble. All of the faux “stones” are based on actual stone found in nature. Subtle colors of grey, camel and gold were chosen for the legs from frequently used colors in the stones. The table top is 16″ square, the lower shelf is 12″ square. The table stands 27.5″ tall. It is available for sale at $180 plus shipping.