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Candycoated Landscapes

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Candycoated Landscapes

Acrylic, Ink, Resin, Photography on 12x12x.75" Gessoboard

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First Woodland Park Chamber of Commerce Event

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First Woodland Park Chamber of Commerce Event

I finally pulled the trigger and joined the Greater Woodland Park Chamber of Commerce yesterday, so tonight I was able to attend my first “Business After Hours” shindig. The event was hosted by UCHealth Pikes Peak Regional Hospital and I met some wonderful people there! I look forward to getting connected with other local businesses in a meaningful and beneficial way.

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"Just Because" Portrait Session

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"Just Because" Portrait Session

This girl is magic. Shooting her portrait was an immense privilege this week, and I'm so thankful she picked me to do it! We bopped around to a few different locations and tried a few different looks, and ended up with a hefty collection of flawless photos she and I are both really happy with. But in the interest of brevity, I made myself choose just four pics from that collection to post on this website, and that was the only hard part. Oh, how I wanted to just blast the internet with all the happy results. Look at her. MAGIC. But,...

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Piece Chosen for "Colorado Aperture" Photography Show

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Piece Chosen for "Colorado Aperture" Photography Show

One of my photographs has been chosen for a juried show at the Depot Art Gallery, and I am so honored to be included!   It's this guy: He's matted and framed and ready for sale, so if you find yourself in Littleton over the next few weeks, stop in and consider bringing him home! Thank you to the Littleton Arts Guild for this inclusion.

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Fine Arts Center Artists' Reception

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Fine Arts Center Artists' Reception

So, I promised more details a while back, and here they are. This is the piece that was chosen for the Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center gala. It is called "Dream Home", and I used oil, ink, acrylic, and resin on 12"x12"1.5" gessoboard.  I finished the edges with leather and studs, which I love so much. I'm definitely going to try this again on other pieces. The other artists included in the show gathered for a nice, sort of fancy-schmancy reception in the Hybl Experimental Space at the center. That's me, feeling altogether too pleased with myself. This is exactly how...

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