Hanging Planters

Working on new hanging planters. This is the first one. It’s about 4 inches tall and made from polymer clay and acrylic paint with hemp string and succulents. Painting on a round object is cool and I had to take photos from each angle. After finishing the planter, I recreated the image in watercolor.

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Watercolor crown and Goddess 

Protect the water is a small watercolor of a naked woman, inspired by Bottichelli’S Goddess, Aphrodite, standing at the edge of the sea. She is holding a silver vessel pouring water in a thick stream. #waterprotectors #waterislife #cleanocean #water The summer of love ❤️ in California is turning into fall. “If your coming to San…

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Ida Mae and a maternal linage of artists

I study Ida Mae, my maternal great-grandmother, as she paints flowers in her sunroom. The watercolors fascinate as they swirl and run across the paper in an unpredictable way. I said, “What do you think of my art?”. She said, “It’s not classically beautiful but it’s interesting and that is art.” She tells me her eyesight is…

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