After an exciting set of art festivals in Florida, I am back in my studio this week. I only have a week before I’m off to Arizona, and I want to get some older artwork out to make room for … Read More
I had a great time in January and February in Florida! We showed my art at a new festival in Estero, the always-popular ArtFest Fort Myers, and a pleasant and only slightly rainy Sarasota Festival of the Arts. Careful planning, … Read More
December and January have been a time for me to prepare some new artwork for the coming season of (I hope!) art shows in Florida and Arizona. While Winter in Michigan is not the ideal time to create painted backgrounds … Read More
Sometimes the best art is the boldest art. Sometimes you need a color that just pops. I’ve been making art with a bright, vivid red that unequivocally makes a statement. I’ve highlighted my reddest red metal wall art here so … Read More
The world has been changing this year. A lot. In order to adapt with it, we have been working hard to make our website as friendly and as useful as possible. One of the changes we made was an upgrade … Read More
It looks like, at least right now, all of the art shows and festivals that I had hoped to attend this summer and fall have been canceled. That leaves me stuck at home with a whole lot of artwork! So
Last week I gave some quick tips about how to choose a location for your artwork. Now we have a video showing the mechanics of installing anchors into your wall to support your artwork.
I often get questions about how to hang my artwork. This post explains the aesthetic choices of hanging an individual piece or a group arrangement, and it also shows what hardware to use and how to use it. Almost as … Read More
With all the extra time at home we had a chance to do some much needied cleaning, organization, and remodeling of the studio. Now, instead of a cluttered workspace, we have an open, flexible area that we can use for … Read More
From time to time I receive images of my artwork hanging in clients homes and places of business. Let me just say I really appreciate these images of art installations. It touches my heart to see the sweet places my … Read More
I love the times when I have more art than I have room for in my studio because it means I get to hang it in my own home! Here are some of my favorites.
We had the opportunity to hang my freeform olive wall sculpture on a pool privacy wall in Boca Raton, Florida. The brushed aluminum works great with the elemental design in the landscaping. This artwork has a powder coated finish so … Read More