A few weeks ago I was featured on WOSU’s show “Broad and High,” which explores the arts scene in Columbus!
If you’re in the Columbus area, stop by the Grange Insurance Audubon Center to see my work hanging there!
It’s a very beautiful and interesting nature center, with activities and information that would interest adults and kids. The park is beautiful as well- right on the Scioto river.
The great-horned owl is my most recent work. I finished him the day of hanging everything.
Northern Flicker (my most favorite birdy!)
all 4x6″ watercolor, pencil and gesso on antique paper on canvas
Spotted salamander. Acrylic on antique book paper.
I’ve never painted an amphibian before! It was fun. Thanks to my hubby for suggesting I paint one.
Did you know it’s the year of the salamander? Salamanders are excellent indicators of the health of the environment. They require a habitat with little contaminants. Their consumption of invertebrates is also important to the balance of their ecosystems, and the environment in general.