Art Blog


May 31, 2016

Ganesha is one of the major deities in the Hinduism. He is the patron of arts and sciences and the remover of obstacles. With credentials like that, it seems obvious he would be one of my favorites. A full version of Ganesha would reveal that Ganesha has the head of an elephant and the body…


Spring Bee

February 21, 2016

This is another wall hanging made with polymer clay on Masonite. It’s 12″ x 4″. I wanted to play with metal finishes and patina. I liked idea of the bee done with bronze and copper without any patina and the background heavily patina’s and the surrounding areas somewhere in between. The bees wings are translucent…


Octopus In Need of Medication?

February 1, 2016

So, my dad bought me an Apple Pencil (Thanks Dad!) and I’ve been playing with it. It’s really cool. I love how natural it feels. This is my first creation with it. I used ProCreate for the iPad. What a program. It works great and seems to have all the things that Corel Painter has…


Green Glitter Fish

January 14, 2016

This guy turned out pretty fun – unfortunately, all the gloss made him not photograph so well. Maybe both shots below can give you the idea of the full picture. He’s about 12″ x 4 and made from polymer clay mounted on wood with mica powders a little paint. He was inspired by my new…


Rusty the Fish

January 13, 2016

“Rusty” is made from polymer clay, mica powders, and paint and mounted on wood. He isn’t too big – 4.375 x 3.5.


Angry Bunny Totem Magnet

October 21, 2015

1.75″ x 3.5″ Tall. Polymer clay. Kinda angry. Very funny. At least to me. And he will stick to your fridge!


Fairy Pumpkin Wish Box

October 13, 2015

I love Halloween. I love the colors and decorations and the sense of creativity. I found myself with the need to make some tiny pumpkins. All the Halloween colors needed to be dealt with as well. I have also been wanting to make tiles. So, I made this little box that incorporates all of the…


Kawaii Voo Doo Magnet

October 7, 2015

This little guy is a magnet. He’s 4″ high. I was having fun with textures and aging the clay. I like that his background colors kinda make it look like he is on a surfboard. Gives it an extra island vibe.


Pink Tentacle Beach

September 22, 2015

TITLE: Pink Tentacle Beach SIZE: 5″ x 7″ MEDIUM: Polymer clay on wooden base with glass beads This was a fun piece. It’s smaller than my last one. I normally paint my wooden mounts black, but this piece screamed for something brighter. I may never go back.



September 19, 2015

Portuguese-“Meh”-of-War. 11.5″ x 21″. Clay. Wood mount. Meh. While Kevin was finishing up his cool painting today, I was trying to finish up this piece. I started it well over a month ago after my friend Chris​ posted a jellyfish photo from the beach. I got all these fantastic ideas about transparent clay and jillions…




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