Hope Grows

24″x18″ pastel on sanded paper

Today I painted a live demo at the Baylor Sammons Cancer Center. They have an amazing program for cancer patients, and as they say, medical treatment is just a small slice of the pie. I am honored to be part of their arts and medicine program.

Here are some action shots and close ups:

Hurrying Across

10″x8″ pastel on sanded paper

Out of all the crazy thing I have seen in lost and found boxes, I have never seen TIME. Time is a hard thing to find. You have to MAKE time for things most important in your life. Today I am painting while my son attends a pole vaulting camp.

That spec in the top half of the frame is my fledgling learning to fly!

Tangle of Lace

10″x8″ pastel on sanded paper

Even a cluttered pile of lace looks beautiful in a sewing basket, and so it is with weedy Queen Anne’s Lace, beautiful in a tangle.

Master and Apprentice

11″x9″ pastel on sanded paper

Watching through the windows at all the levels of classical ballet at my daughter’s studio delights me. Images at the bar are easiest to capture because they do the same things over and over again.