MY PROCESS

YUMA PLATES FINISHED

"2102", ceramic plate with lithographic transfer, 6" diameter. One of the finished glazed pieces in the Yuma plate collection. To be displayed in Yuma during the historic 100th anniversary celebration.

YUMA PLATES

Continuing to work on my Yuma material for the Centennial Celebration in April of next year. Today I did five new plates, some with the addition of "blood" splatter. Going to the kiln tomorrow.

COMMISSION NEXT VERSION

After making the initial 3x3 design, I blow up the first painting, transfer and re-paint it, using the original photo as my guide. The final image is 6x6 inches on canvas board. This is it.

NO PHOTOS

"what happened at the Y?" 5 x 2.5 inches, acrylic on photopaper.

BUFFALO BROTHERS MAIL ART

"grandpa plays the popeye ge-tar", 3 x 3 inches, acrylic on photopaper.I got an email from Gary A. Bibb who is putting together a mail art show of guitar themed work, to be shown at Buffalo Brothers Guitars, asking me if I wanted to participate. Of course my first...

PIZZA PIE

"mangio", 3 x 3 inches, acrylic on photopaper. Inside this wrapper is my favorite lunch in Phoenix. It's one of Pane Bianco's delicious focaccia slices. To me it's a good old New York style Sicilian slice – yummy and nostalgic.

ODE TO DISCONTINUED COOKIES

"why, nabisco, why?" 3.125 x 4.5 inches, acrylic on photopaper. Since I was a young girl, I have always loved the plain cookies, chocolate was way too busy for me, and besides it got all gooey in my tea. (OK, I admit, I dunk). My favorites are no longer being made,...

CARNIVAL’S IN TOWN

"song and dance man", 3 x 3 inches, acrylic on photopaper. William Rainer Yuma Prisoner 2111 This story makes me feel sad, it really shows the prejudice of the time and place, the first article doesn't even give William Rainer a name. Nor does it indicate if he got to...

FAKER

"forged and forgotten", 3 x 3 inches, acrylic on photopaper. Frank R. Moore Yuma Prisoner 2502 A typical scam in the west during the early 1900s was the check forgery. A "customer" would go into the bank with a check from an out of town bank, usually claiming it was...

MY PROCESS

YUMA PLATES FINISHED

YUMA PLATES FINISHED

"2102", ceramic plate with lithographic transfer, 6" diameter. One of the finished glazed pieces in the Yuma plate collection. To be displayed in Yuma during the historic 100th anniversary celebration.

YUMA PLATES

YUMA PLATES

Continuing to work on my Yuma material for the Centennial Celebration in April of next year. Today I did five new plates, some with the addition of "blood" splatter. Going to the kiln tomorrow.

COMMISSION NEXT VERSION

COMMISSION NEXT VERSION

After making the initial 3x3 design, I blow up the first painting, transfer and re-paint it, using the original photo as my guide. The final image is 6x6 inches on canvas board. This is it.

NO PHOTOS

NO PHOTOS

"what happened at the Y?" 5 x 2.5 inches, acrylic on photopaper.

BUFFALO BROTHERS MAIL ART

BUFFALO BROTHERS MAIL ART

"grandpa plays the popeye ge-tar", 3 x 3 inches, acrylic on photopaper.I got an email from Gary A. Bibb who is putting together a mail art show of guitar themed work, to be shown at Buffalo Brothers Guitars, asking me if I wanted to participate. Of course my first...

PIZZA PIE

PIZZA PIE

"mangio", 3 x 3 inches, acrylic on photopaper. Inside this wrapper is my favorite lunch in Phoenix. It's one of Pane Bianco's delicious focaccia slices. To me it's a good old New York style Sicilian slice – yummy and nostalgic.

ODE TO DISCONTINUED COOKIES

ODE TO DISCONTINUED COOKIES

"why, nabisco, why?" 3.125 x 4.5 inches, acrylic on photopaper. Since I was a young girl, I have always loved the plain cookies, chocolate was way too busy for me, and besides it got all gooey in my tea. (OK, I admit, I dunk). My favorites are no longer being made,...

CARNIVAL’S IN TOWN

CARNIVAL’S IN TOWN

"song and dance man", 3 x 3 inches, acrylic on photopaper. William Rainer Yuma Prisoner 2111 This story makes me feel sad, it really shows the prejudice of the time and place, the first article doesn't even give William Rainer a name. Nor does it indicate if he got to...

FAKER

FAKER

"forged and forgotten", 3 x 3 inches, acrylic on photopaper. Frank R. Moore Yuma Prisoner 2502 A typical scam in the west during the early 1900s was the check forgery. A "customer" would go into the bank with a check from an out of town bank, usually claiming it was...