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Anticipation I

One of my favorites of the still life series. Working with sacred geometry and the power of nature's Fibonacci sequence, local organic objects from Santa Fe are arranged with Forsythia, the flower of...

Blossom Vessel I

Museum-quality posters made on thick and durable matte paper. • Paper thickness: 10.3 mil • Paper weight: 5.6 oz/y² (192 g/m²) • Giclée printing quality • Opacity: 94%

Book & Bali: Portrait III

Where would we be in isolation at home if we didn't have books? Museum-quality posters made on thick and durable matte paper. • Paper thickness: 10.3 mil • Paper weight: 5.6 oz/y² (192 g/m²) • Gicl...

Clay & Mallow I

Local walks are littered with wildflowers. Throughout the adobe clay earth, little pops of color begin to emerge in the desert. Some are fragrant, some are medicinal, but all are wildly beautiful.  M...

Pebble Blossom I

Inventory of things found on a local hike through Galisteo paired with blossoms and an antique gold sifter. From April 14th, 2020 Current mood from things foraged: light and dark, up and down, grief...

Pebble Blossom II

A lighter take on Pebble Blossom I. From April 14th, 2020Current mood from things foraged: light and dark, up and down, grief and gratitude, death and rebirth. Yesterday I watched as snow fell on the ...

Pigment & Earth: Portrait I

Self-Portrait, artist in training with New Mexico earth. Painting is in my blood lots of places along my Italian lineage. Turns out I'm better at collecting the earth pigment and making paint than I a...

Primavera I

Primavera in the high desert. A crabapple tree, partially in bloom, trying to make it through the sudden April frosts. All things here are touched by Earth and Man. A local potter in Taos throws th...

Scarlet Rock I

New Mexico is known for having stunning geography and geology. I stumbled on this rock beauty right in my backyard. I loved how nature painted a red stripe across it, like its own work of art, alongsi...

Tulip & Pot: Portrait II

Feels like the only noticeable passage of time advancing is in the streaks of grey that have decided to accelerate bringing me closer to all of the creative women in Santa Fe with gorgeous silver hair...