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  • Johnston Gallery

    Johnston Gallery (6)

    A collection of my fine art and jewelry is at the Johnston Gallery in beautiful Mineral Point, Wisconsin. You may find these items there, plus new, unlisted pieces. Open daily all year 10am-5pm at 245 High St - www.johnstongallery.com
  • Fine Art Images

    Fine Art Images (42)

  • Jewelry & Sculpture

    Jewelry & Sculpture (9)

  • $180.00

    This piece is a cyanotype monoprint finished with oil pigment and cold wax, mounted on 12″x16″x1.5″ cradled birch board and ready to hang. The image is an original artwork that is part of the Above And Below series. The series is based on photographs that I took of the smooth, clear ice of Lake Monona, Wisconsin in January 2018 on a 5°F day. As I trekked out towards the center of the lake, peering through the layers below, I became enthralled with how much the natural forms looked like tableaus of otherworldly landscapes and seascapes. The photo that this is based on is not retouched; it is nature’s display.

    Something about me

    I’m a multimedia artist whose projects include fine art painting, photography, video production, metalworking and sculpture. Images in this series are based on my original photographs, then composed and adjusted digitally for the cyanotype process, and finally hand printed and painted in a traditional manner — very messy, unpredictable and thoroughly satisfying.

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  • $180.00

    This piece is a cyanotype monoprint finished with oil pigment and cold wax, mounted on 12″x16″x1.5″ cradled birch board and ready to hang. The image is an original artwork that is part of the Above And Below series. The series is based on photographs that I took of the smooth, clear ice of Lake Monona, Wisconsin in January 2018 on a 5°F day. As I trekked out towards the center of the lake, peering through the layers below, I became enthralled with how much the natural forms looked like tableaus of otherworldly landscapes and seascapes. The photo that this is based on is not retouched; it is nature’s display.

    Something about me

    I’m a multimedia artist whose projects include fine art painting, photography, video production, metalworking and sculpture. Images in this series are based on my original photographs, then composed and adjusted digitally for the cyanotype process, and finally hand printed and painted in a traditional manner — very messy, unpredictable and thoroughly satisfying.

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  • SOLD

    This piece is a cyanotype monoprint finished with oil pigment and cold wax, mounted on 12″x16″x1.5″ cradled birch board and ready to hang. The image is an original artwork that is part of the Above And Below series. The series is based on photographs that I took of the smooth, clear ice of Lake Monona, Wisconsin in January 2018 on a 5°F day. As I trekked out towards the center of the lake, peering through the layers below, I became enthralled with how much the natural forms looked like tableaus of otherworldly landscapes and seascapes. The photo that this is based on is not retouched; it is nature’s display.

    Something about me

    I’m a multimedia artist whose projects include fine art painting, photography, video production, metalworking and sculpture. Images in this series are based on my original photographs, then composed and adjusted digitally for the cyanotype process, and finally hand printed and painted in a traditional manner — very messy, unpredictable and thoroughly satisfying.

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  • $120.00

    Above And Below / How Moons Are Born / 001

    This piece is a cyanotype monoprint finished with oil pigment and cold wax, mounted on 11″x14″ canvas board and sold unframed. The image – How Moons Are Born – is an original artwork that is part of the Above And Below series. The series is based on photographs that I took of the smooth, clear ice of Lake Monona, Wisconsin in January 2018 on a 5°F day. As I trekked out towards the center of the lake, peering through the layers below, I became enthralled with how much the natural forms looked like tableaus of otherworldly landscapes and seascapes (this one even with a dolphin!). The photo that this is based on is not retouched; it is altered only to add the wispy image of the face to the final composite.

    Something about me

    I’m a multimedia artist whose projects include fine art painting, photography, video production, metalworking and sculpture. Images in this series are based on my original photographs, then composed and adjusted digitally for the cyanotype process, and finally hand printed and painted in a traditional manner — very messy, unpredictable and thoroughly satisfying.

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  • $200.00

    Original artwork: cyanotype monoprint with watercolor, charcoal, oil and cold wax

    The image is created from performances at the January 2018 Circus On TV show. It is mounted on 16″x20″ gallery wrapped canvas and ready to hang.

    As part of my Art for Madison Circus Space benefit series, all proceeds directly support the Madison Circus Space in ongoing programming of classes and events and our capital campaign to build a beautiful and permanent new home.

    To purchase this piece, you may visit madisoncircusspace.com/donate/. If you are able to pick up the piece at the circus space in Madison, please donate the amount listed here and include a note specifying which piece you are purchasing. If you need the piece shipped, please contact me first to make arrangements. 

    Something about me

    I’m a multimedia artist whose projects include fine art painting, photography, video production, metalworking and sculpture. This benefit series that I created for the Madison Circus Space represents a welcome merging of several of my artistic loves. I’m enthralled with the emotive physicality of dance and circus, and as a student aerialist at Madison Circus Space I love to practice, watch and photograph performance.

    All images in this series are based on my photographs of circus shows, then composed and adjusted digitally for the cyanotype process, and finally hand printed and painted in a traditional manner — very messy, unpredictable and thoroughly satisfying.

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  • $120.00

    Original artwork: cyanotype monoprint with watercolor

    The image is created from a hoop performance in the April 2018 Skeleton Circus show. It is mounted on 11″x14″ canvas board and sold unframed.

    As part of my Art for Madison Circus Space benefit series, all proceeds directly support the Madison Circus Space in ongoing programming of classes and events and our capital campaign to build a beautiful and permanent new home.

    To purchase this piece, you may visit madisoncircusspace.com/donate/. If you are able to pick up the piece at the circus space in Madison, please donate the amount listed here and include a note specifying which piece you are purchasing. If you need the piece shipped, please contact me first to make arrangements. 

    Something about me

    I’m a multimedia artist whose projects include fine art painting, photography, video production, metalworking and sculpture. This benefit series that I created for the Madison Circus Space represents a welcome merging of several of my artistic loves. I’m enthralled with the emotive physicality of dance and circus, and as a student aerialist at Madison Circus Space I love to practice, watch and photograph performance.

    All images in this series are based on my photographs of circus shows, then composed and adjusted digitally for the cyanotype process, and finally hand printed and painted in a traditional manner — very messy, unpredictable and thoroughly satisfying.

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  • $120.00

    Original artwork: cyanotype monoprint with watercolor and oil

    The image is created from an aerial silks performance at the January 2018 Circus On TV show. It is mounted on 11″x14″ canvas board and sold unframed.

    As part of my Art for Madison Circus Space benefit series, all proceeds directly support the Madison Circus Space in ongoing programming of classes and events and our capital campaign to build a beautiful and permanent new home.

    To purchase this piece, you may visit madisoncircusspace.com/donate/. If you are able to pick up the piece at the circus space in Madison, please donate the amount listed here and include a note specifying which piece you are purchasing. If you need the piece shipped, please contact me first to make arrangements. 

    Something about me

    I’m a multimedia artist whose projects include fine art painting, photography, video production, metalworking and sculpture. This benefit series that I created for the Madison Circus Space represents a welcome merging of several of my artistic loves. I’m enthralled with the emotive physicality of dance and circus, and as a student aerialist at Madison Circus Space I love to practice, watch and photograph performance.

    All images in this series are based on my photographs of circus shows, then composed and adjusted digitally for the cyanotype process, and finally hand printed and painted in a traditional manner — very messy, unpredictable and thoroughly satisfying.

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  • $120.00

    Original artwork: cyanotype monoprint with watercolor

    The image is created from a trapeze performance in the April 2018 Skeleton Circus show. It is mounted on 11″x14″ canvas board and sold unframed.

    As part of my Art for Madison Circus Space benefit series, all proceeds directly support the Madison Circus Space in ongoing programming of classes and events and our capital campaign to build a beautiful and permanent new home.

    To purchase this piece, you may visit madisoncircusspace.com/donate/. If you are able to pick up the piece at the circus space in Madison, please donate the amount listed here and include a note specifying which piece you are purchasing. If you need the piece shipped, please contact me first to make arrangements. 

    Something about me

    I’m a multimedia artist whose projects include fine art painting, photography, video production, metalworking and sculpture. This benefit series that I created for the Madison Circus Space represents a welcome merging of several of my artistic loves. I’m enthralled with the emotive physicality of dance and circus, and as a student aerialist at Madison Circus Space I love to practice, watch and photograph performance.

    All images in this series are based on my photographs of circus shows, then composed and adjusted digitally for the cyanotype process, and finally hand printed and painted in a traditional manner — very messy, unpredictable and thoroughly satisfying.

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  • $120.00

    Original artwork: cyanotype monoprint with watercolor

    The image is created from a performer on cyr wheel in the April 2018 Skeleton Circus show. It is mounted on 11″x14″ canvas board and sold unframed.

    As part of my Art for Madison Circus Space benefit series, all proceeds directly support the Madison Circus Space in ongoing programming of classes and events and our capital campaign to build a beautiful and permanent new home.

    To purchase this piece, you may visit madisoncircusspace.com/donate/. If you are able to pick up the piece at the circus space in Madison, please donate the amount listed here and include a note specifying which piece you are purchasing. If you need the piece shipped, please contact me first to make arrangements. 

    Something about me

    I’m a multimedia artist whose projects include fine art painting, photography, video production, metalworking and sculpture. This benefit series that I created for the Madison Circus Space represents a welcome merging of several of my artistic loves. I’m enthralled with the emotive physicality of dance and circus, and as a student aerialist at Madison Circus Space I love to practice, watch and photograph performance.

    All images in this series are based on my photographs of circus shows, then composed and adjusted digitally for the cyanotype process, and finally hand printed and painted in a traditional manner — very messy, unpredictable and thoroughly satisfying.

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  • $120.00

    Original artwork: cyanotype monoprint with watercolor and oil

    The image is created from an aerial rope performance at the January 2018 Circus On TV show. It is mounted on 11″x14″ canvas board and sold unframed.

    As part of my Art for Madison Circus Space benefit series, all proceeds directly support the Madison Circus Space in ongoing programming of classes and events and our capital campaign to build a beautiful and permanent new home.

    To purchase this piece, you may visit madisoncircusspace.com/donate/. If you are able to pick up the piece at the circus space in Madison, please donate the amount listed here and include a note specifying which piece you are purchasing. If you need the piece shipped, please contact me first to make arrangements. 

    Something about me

    I’m a multimedia artist whose projects include fine art painting, photography, video production, metalworking and sculpture. This benefit series that I created for the Madison Circus Space represents a welcome merging of several of my artistic loves. I’m enthralled with the emotive physicality of dance and circus, and as a student aerialist at Madison Circus Space I love to practice, watch and photograph performance.

    All images in this series are based on my photographs of circus shows, then composed and adjusted digitally for the cyanotype process, and finally hand printed and painted in a traditional manner — very messy, unpredictable and thoroughly satisfying.

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  • $120.00

    Original artwork: cyanotype monoprint with watercolor and oil

    The image is created from the January 2018 Circus On TV show. It is mounted on 11″x14″ canvas board and sold unframed.

    As part of my Art for Madison Circus Space benefit series, all proceeds directly support the Madison Circus Space in ongoing programming of classes and events and our capital campaign to build a beautiful and permanent new home.

    To purchase this piece, you may visit madisoncircusspace.com/donate/. If you are able to pick up the piece at the circus space in Madison, please donate the amount listed here and include a note specifying which piece you are purchasing. If you need the piece shipped, please contact me first to make arrangements. 

    Something about me

    I’m a multimedia artist whose projects include fine art painting, photography, video production, metalworking and sculpture. This benefit series that I created for the Madison Circus Space represents a welcome merging of several of my artistic loves. I’m enthralled with the emotive physicality of dance and circus, and as a student aerialist at Madison Circus Space I love to practice, watch and photograph performance.

    All images in this series are based on my photographs of circus shows, then composed and adjusted digitally for the cyanotype process, and finally hand printed and painted in a traditional manner — very messy, unpredictable and thoroughly satisfying.

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  • Find this piece at the Johnston Gallery in historic Mineral Point, Wisconsin

    This piece is a cyanotype monoprint finished with watercolor, oil pigment and cold wax, mounted on 12″x12″x1.5″ cradled birch board and ready to hang. The image – This Is Not A Plant – is an original artwork that is part of the Manifold Self series, which is my exploration of the performance of personae; how we craft ourselves, how others see us, how our stories are contextual and shifting, and the interesting tensions and contradictions that all this creates. Enthusiastic credit for the title goes to Michel Foucault (This is not a Pipe).

    Something about me

    I’m a multimedia artist whose projects include fine art painting, photography, video production, metalworking and sculpture. Images in this series are based on my original photographs, then composed and adjusted digitally for the cyanotype process, and finally hand printed and painted in a traditional manner — very messy, unpredictable and thoroughly satisfying.

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  • SOLD

    This piece is a cyanotype monoprint finished with oil pigment and cold wax, mounted on 12″x16″x1.5″ cradled birch board and ready to hang. The image is an original artwork that is part of the Manifold Self series, which is my exploration of the performance of personae; how we craft ourselves, how others see us, how our stories are contextual and shifting.

    Something about me

    I’m a multimedia artist whose projects include fine art painting, photography, video production, metalworking and sculpture. Images in this series are based on my original photographs, then composed and adjusted digitally for the cyanotype process, and finally hand printed and painted in a traditional manner — very messy, unpredictable and thoroughly satisfying.

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  • Find this piece at the Johnston Gallery in historic Mineral Point, Wisconsin

    This piece is a cyanotype monoprint finished with watercolor, oil pigment and cold wax, mounted on 12″x12″x1.5″ cradled birch board and ready to hang. The image is an original artwork that is part of the Mother series.

    Something about me

    I’m a multimedia artist whose projects include fine art painting, photography, video production, metalworking and sculpture. Images in this series are based on my original photographs, then composed and adjusted digitally for the cyanotype process, and finally hand printed and painted in a traditional manner — very messy, unpredictable and thoroughly satisfying.

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