The Ghost Print of "Girl with Iris" which is basically the left over ink on the plate so a much lighter verson of the original monotype.
A monotype of the Goddess Aphroditie
A commissioned monotype I did for woman who wanted a "Girl and her Horse" for her daughter. She turned quite fancy. OOh La La!
Here I am(looking so very glam) with a monotype fresh off the print. Somehow, I make this into the finished piece below. Don't ask. It is another one of my 312 step processes(actually, feel free to aske me about it!).
This is a painting I did in honour of my Russian Great Aunt Fagella. She had very dark hair, eyes and skin, but she is so special to me and I feel I act so much like her and that she taught me so much about everything. Plus, she really, really "got" me which is huge. Most folks think I am kind of odd or difficult. Auntie Fagella would say of me, "She is an artist. She likes weird stuff. If she wants to dust it all well OK. I don't want to dust it, but that's just me. Meh.". Hee Hee! So true! And, Heathe of Audrey Eclectic and I go back several years with our love of painting skaters! http://reverieart.blogspot.com/
A painted portrait of one my dear friends who goes back to my freshman year in college. She was a big senior and I really looked up to her(well down as she is super tiny). She went on to study fashion at Parsons in NYC and every holiday or break that I could, I would visit her and go to her classes-what a dream! She really taught me to be myself and do my own magical art thing. And, she is quite a beauty too!
A painting of a Faerie who looks to be wearing some embellishments Ivy of
http://edera-faerie.blogspot.com/ would make!
A painting I did of my only little girl cat Sister Blackberry Bijou. Of course, I painted her in a little crown and a fancy necklace. Of all my cats, she is the one who will not dress up. Her brothers like to look "fancy". She says "NO!". She is also the Boss of the house.
Tobias Greenmoss is very funny boy!
More gifts made and wrapped and woefully late!
A Birthday Gift successfully made and wrapped and on time!
A commissioned doll I had forgotten about. She now lives in NYC with a jewelry maker who is of Native American descent and has long red hair that she wears in braids.