Mixed Media Artist

About Me

San Leandro, California
I am a mostly retired Nurse who works enough to pay for a studio and art supplies. I have been making art all my life, with no formal degree-type training, beginning with sewing at an early age. I discovered the JOY of quilting when I realized how much I liked breaking rules and telling stories. Workshops in surface design and art quilting, mentoring and encouragement from quilt artists, discovering the magic of assemblage with found objects, has landed me right in the middle of a mixed media world of art. I have been making my art and keeping it mostly to myself, giving it away only when I felt it was safe to do so. Finally, I was convinced that in order to grow artistically, I had to open up my art world for others to see, to like or not, but to see. Please take a look. Any comments, suggestions are welcome.

May 17, 2011


The ATC challenge for May was "Fabulous Fakes". I found some vinyl stamped to look like Emu or Ostrich leather. To this I researched some Australian Aboriginal art and came up with some similar designs and painted a fake Aboriginal design with a paint pen and marker.
I think I had more fun doing the back of the ATC. What a photo, huh?

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