Caterpillars from the cinnabar moth, busy consuming their beloved tansy ragwort. With other invaders, blackberries, nightshade...This one, at 30”x40”, is printed on aluminum, and recently on display at 510 Museum and ARTspace in Lake Oswego, Oregon.
Dandelion in Blue
I went for the fritillaries, and came back with all these, from Laura and David's garden in Portland. See this archival pigment print right now at Imogen Gallery in Astoria, Oregon.
Killer Bee and Raspberries
Late August in Oak Grove with berries, grapes, squash and some wildlife. See this right now, a framed archival pigment print, at Imogen Gallery in Astoria.
Dogwood and Artichoke
From David and Bob's garden in Oak Grove. 2015. I love the spectacular scale imposed by the tiny artichoke.
A busy still life with a bee attacking a beetle, a wasp pollinating, and a colorful beetle not really from around here. Now on view at Alchemy Jewelry in Portland, Oregon.
Magnolia and Snowbelles
Imagine this piece at 50"x70". From Dave and Bob's garden in Oak Grove.
With dandelions, columbine, forget-me-nots, and a cabbage moth. Now on view at Alchemy Jewelry in Portland.
April in Oak Grove is mating season
Columbine and Hibiscus
With snakegrass and poppies, hellebore and dogwood, arugula and euphorbia. In the permanent collection of University of Oregon, on display at Straub Hall, at 40” x 56” as a face mounted plexiglass print. Or you could head to Astoria to see it as a smaller, 16” x 22” archival pigment print on Hahnemuhle photo rag paper, in an edition of 12, at Imogen Gallery.
Still Life with Grasshopper
Otherwise known as: "Other Things That Might Happen During the Eclipse". The whole image. Edition of 3 at 40"x56". Smaller sizes available.
"Other Things That Might Happen During the Eclipse". Detail of large still life photograph (40"x56"). From a day when the rest of Oregon was looking at the sky, the grasshoppers and the green beans were still doing their thing.
Cabbage Moth with Bleeding Hearts
When this piece is seen at 50”x70”, with full resolution on all the details, well…wow. It’s good!
Two collectors have chosen this in 34"x46", one to grace her entrance so that it is first thing she sees upon entering her home, and the other in her bedroom so that it is the first thing she sees upon waking. I do love this piece. You can see it printed on aluminum at Alchemy Jewelry, in Portland, OR, now.
Tulip and Hellebore
At 16”x22”, archival pigment print on Hahnemuhle photo rag. Represented by Imogen Gallery in Astoria.
A lovely, quiet spring moment. At Imogen Gallery in Astoria, through September, 2018.
Maple with Tulips
Blueberries and Ferns
Delphinium and Rue (with Sarasota Bee)
High summer in Portland, from my friend Judy's garden. With that beloved bee...
River Forest Beauty Berry
Archival pigment print in plexiglass face mount, 40"x55". Collection of PCC SE Campus permanent art collection, on display at the Student Commons. Additional editioned sizes available.
This was the first piece that I printed in large scale, 34"x46", in 2013, and it blew me away. The details! I could see things in the print I could never see in real life. Fantastic. All from our backyard in Oak Grove.
Trillium and Apple Blossoms
Bugs on Black
archival pigment print, 34"x44", 2013, edition of 3. 1/3 in private collection.
Lilacs and Oak
Recipient of Juror's Award, "All Around Oregon" at the Arts Center, Corvallis, Oregon.
floral still life photographs
Still life photographs from "Flora", solo exhibition 2017
My editioned works are available as archival pigment prints on paper, or as dye sublimation prints on aluminum. The pigment prints require framing, along with matting or using spacers to ensure that glass doesn't touch the surface of the photograph. Aluminum prints are a good option for large works that become heavy when coupled with glass and frames, as they require neither, and have a rather luminuous look to my floral images.