2 Art Events this Week!

You are invited to either or both art events happening this week. Event #1:  Jane Hamilton Fine Art Gallery  Thursday’s Art Walk, Sept. 14, 4–7 p.m. I will have new work! Event #2: SAAG Gallery Friday evening, September 15, from 5-8 p.m. I will be featured along side Susan Allen and Becky Zimmerman, two very talented artists. You can be sure I will have a variety of gift items to choose from. Don’t forget to visit Tohono Chul’s Dia de los Muertos exhibit currently up until November 5th!  

Outdoor Art

The past several weeks I have produced larger work for indoors or outdoors.  This bench is titled: AGAVE BENCH WITH FLOWER STALKS Handmade tile on a concrete bench 38″ long by 14″ wide by 15″ high with a 3 ” thick top reinforced with rebar Currently at Harlow Gardens, Tucson, AZ  I will be at the Moonlight Art Market at Harlow Gardens this Saturday, April 22 from 6:00 to 8:30. This invitational event will have several other artists, live music and refreshments Come join the fun. Click any photo to enlarge. QUAIL TREE OF LIFE MOSAIC Handmade tile placed in…

Mosaic Mural; Corrales, New Mexico Style

  A finished mosaic back splash is a perfect touch to a custom home, Corrales, New Mexico style.  Incorporating handmade tiles of barrel cactus, flowering Yucca, flowering agave, and flowering aloe, along with a Jack Rabbit, butterflies, purple cactus, a family of quail,gecko, hummingbirds, and the sun peaking through the clouds. The project took two days to install.  The owners were so gracious to me as well as their 6 well behaved cats.  Since I never got around to Go Pro-ing the installation,  here are some still shots of the process.               My travels…

Springtime in Tucson

These days are gorgeous with our spring season upon us.  Here is a quick update to let you know the new items I just restocked the local galleries with.  Right now is the perfect time to walk, skip, or ride bike  over to Tohono Chul Park.  I was just there today and the wild flowers are amazing.  It’s so inspiring. Here are a few pieces at Tohono Chul Park:  http://tohonochulpark.org/ And there are some fun ornaments or souvenirs for Easter gifts and winter visitors. By the way, I do custom work. If  you see anything here that speaks to you…