This three canvas painting was one of the first commissioned pieces I ever painted. A friend, who recently purhcased a new home wanted a large piece with Japanese flair. He wanted it to look like it was a section from a much larger painting, like part of a puzzle.
Inspired by love creating new life, this piece was painted with no brushes, just my fingers and acrylic paint. I love the way acrylic paint moves and dries on a canvas.
A few years ago, my friend Heather and her husband Pat started a Realty company, Plumbline Realty. Both Christians, Heather and Pat wanted a painting for their board room that reflected their "upright" name.
This next piece was a particular challenge. Not because of the painting, but because of the space it was going to fill. The person commissioning this piece had a narrow wall that connected two rooms, that had a light switch in the middle of it. Presented with a decorating obstacle, she wanted a piece to help make the rooms look larger and connected, needing something to camouflage the light switch placed dead center on the wall. This piece helped give the illusion of a wider space and connected the color schemes for the two room.