Saturday, January 31, 2009


'True Blood' looks ready for a sip!

 My friend and fellow artist Melani K. Brewer and I enjoying the opening.

A big thank you to everybody at the Nature Conservancy in Jupiter and especially to Linda FInch who made it possible to have this exhibition. 
Melani, Pam Moddy (the ceramic artist) and I had a wonderful opening.

Tuesday, January 27, 2009

Hanging the Show

'Global Visions' is up. The fiber pieces are hanging, the jewelry is displayed. What a day. We are very excited and waiting for the opening on Friday late afternoon.. 


Monday, January 26, 2009

Opening Night

Global Visions: The exhibition will opening January 30.
For more information please check my blog entry from December 31. More about the show and of course some pictures  after the opening.

Also the opening of Materials: Hard and Soft is coming up. More information about that show on my blog from December 27 and

Wednesday, January 14, 2009

True Blood

My wire sculpture is finally finished and my appreciation for all the wire artists has grown immensely. I for sure have enjoyed the knitting and crocheting and who knows what will be next.... But 'True Blood' is ready for her first appearance, she will go to the 'Blowing Rocks Preserve' exhibition 'Global Visions' opening January 30.

Tuesday, January 13, 2009


Taking my own pictures of my art work becomes more and more one of the tasks I am doing on a almost daily base. To make this easier for me and my husband I decided to invest in some new 'help'. The new help is better 'lighting' in form of a bigger flash and soft filters. I have no intentions whatsoever to replace my photographer, but I only go ever so often to have my work professionally photographed. But I still need shots and  those I would like to have them in a good quality too.  My husband found a very helpful website with even more excellent hints for purchasing my 'helpers'. This is the site I am talking about. Check it out for yourself. 

Thursday, January 8, 2009

Jewelry piece of the month

The Holidays are over, I am back in my studio. As much as I LOVE the colors of the Christmas season  I get really excited when I can go and store all the red gold and green away and  pull out new fabrics and paint.  And this is of course true for my jewelry too. So I am starting 09 with a fresh 'mint' beach glass necklace. Remember I live in Miami, the beach is just around the corner. The necklace consist, besides the 'found' beach g;ass pieces, of recycled glass beads, turquoise, fresh water pearls and silver beads.