Brenda found me in a Facebook group. I was just added and wanted to introduce myself and provide some images of my furniture. OMG, the response was overwhelming! So many people commented, loved and shared the post. Brenda reached out to me and asked if I could paint a toy box. Well of course I can! I was so excited to paint this for her baby nephew! She said they will have this for generations to come! I really loved to hear that! Well with all my furniture designs, I like to hide names of the family in the design. It makes it fun to try to find them, and it can be hard! Well, if you notice the name here (on the headboard) it’s not very hidden BUT it is kinda cool! Have you figured out the name yet? 🙂
I was very honored to hang my art in the JP Licks Ice Cream Shop in Wellesley for a few months in the summer of 2020. I was contacted by Alix from Westport who wanted to have a painting made for her boys bathroom. When I went there with templates in hand, we ended up going with 3 18″ x 24″ paintings in blues/teals with silver metallic. I actually had the boys there and they told me what they wanted. What grown up boys!
Maryann wanted to gift her husband an original piece of art for Christmas. She saw my artwork from a commission I did for one of her friends and the rest is history! Commissioned art, I believe,is very personal and special and I love to title them as such. Her husband is a deacon and a true family man. This is one is called: “𝙍𝙚𝙢𝙖𝙧𝙠𝙖𝙗𝙡𝙮 𝘿𝙚𝙫𝙤𝙩𝙚𝙙 𝙩𝙤 𝙀𝙢𝙥𝙤𝙬𝙚𝙧𝙞𝙣𝙜 𝙈𝙚𝙖𝙣𝙞𝙣𝙜𝙛𝙪𝙡 𝙆𝙣𝙤𝙬𝙡𝙚𝙙𝙜𝙚” where each words begins with a letter of everyone in the family. This is 40″ x 40″ ink, on wood with resin; hanging in her beautiful home. If you would like a meaningful piece of art for your home, send me a DM and let’s talk!*
I belong to my towns Facebook group. Every Saturday they allow business posts and I take advantage by adding my business info along with pictures. A resident of Norton reached out to me after visiting my site. She was interested in one of my online paintings which turned out to be much smaller than she wanted. I offered her a free consultation to discuss other options. I met Jackie, who was a wonderful person..and her house was beautiful! We spent an hour together, talking about her vision, taking a tour of her home and the best part was learning more about her and her family. Jackie has her own business as a Medium/Spiritual Advisor and I was privy to her home office where I immediately felt relaxed and at peace. If you would like to find out more, please check out her site here: http://www.blendingtwoworlds.com/
I created a gorgeous piece of art (see pic!) for her home! A 48″ x 48″ alcohol ink on wood with resin titled : Powerful Energy in the Light of Darkness”. Needless to say, she is very happy and everyone loves the painting!
Kathleen found me at the Cape Cod Canal Day in September. She fell in love with one of my paintings but wanted it in a larger size. I had a wonderful visit with her,! I hung some different size templates to gauge what will look best in the space and then we talked colors;Blues, Beige and Gold. In our conversation, I learned that she loved to garden. This painting is called “The Garden of Midnight Blue”.
Plymouth Scallop Roll Public Artwork
This is my unique acrylic painting style called “CHAOS” in which I use acrylic paint to create layers of colorful designs. Groovy right?!
Rockland Trust picked my art for this great Scallop Roll event! I am truly honored to be doing this for the town of Plymouth! If you visit Plymouth, check it out at the Rockland Trust Bank on Court St. If you take a picture with it, please send my way so I can post on my page!
Scallop Roll, the next street art project has rolled into town. Read all about it on Wicked Local Plymouth.
Melanie, who loved the painting I created for Dawn at the Skin Esteem Med Spa in Kingston hired me to replicate a painting she fell in love with on my website. I can’t tell you how much of a challenge it was as alcohol inks are very hard to control and I am such a perfectionist but I loved every minute of it! I wanted this to be really special for the family (OMG, SO nice!) so after getting some family background I came up with a title for this piece. So meaningful, Melanie asked that I also create a sign to put next to the painting. Why is it so meaningful you ask? (I heard ya!) Well, Melanie’s grandma in law (Toni)gave them $ for xmas and asked that she spend it on something to remember her by. I thought that was so touching and knew I had to make the title count! See below the name in italian (their heritage) and it’s meaning. A little background; Olivia is Melanie’s daughter(the only granddaughter) and Grace is Melanie’s grandmother. Not only were they ecstatic over the painting but the name really hit home….and that’s why I love doing what I do!!
I had the pleasure of creating quite a few pieces of art for Keith and Jelena . They found me at the Art on the Green Art show @ The Pinehills last year and it has been so great to get to know them! They were in the midst of having their home built and really wanted something special in their kitchen. How bout a one of a kind backsplash? Yup, it looks great too!
Dawn, the owner of Skin Esteem Med Spa in Kingston asked me to create a big painting of lips. Lip filler is the number one procedure there! She had a gala event where she also bought over 40 pendants to include in her swag bag. It was great seeing everyone wearing them and enjoying the artwork. Dawn is a super great person and I am so happy that she found me on instagram!!
met Jeanne and John at the Pine Hills show back in June and boy am I glad I did! What a great couple! They asked me to paint a picture for their guest bathroom (pic above) and they also asked for 3 smaller paintings each using the colors in the painting. I really loved the look and so enjoyed making them! Nothing beats the oooh’s and ahhhh’s when I show them their artwork! Better than drugs!! hahaha Not only did I enjoy making the paintings but I also have great new friends!! and nothing beats that!