It requires an extreme amount of focus to successfully conceptualize and schedule the creation of a cohesive body of work. I am only just getting a handle on my #wildwomanportrait universe after three years of hard work, photo shoots, conversations, concept development, and character illustrations. Obsession with ideas vs creativity and productivity My solution has … Continue reading Being an Idea Person is Difficult…
Hello friends. I hope the weather has been as lovely where you live as it has been here in the Georgia Piedmont. May was a busy month for me, both in the studio and the garden. I made tremendous progress on personal projects, put the finishing touches on my Patreon Profile and participated in two … Continue reading June Newsletter 2021
If you are interested in participating in my Wild Woman Portraits project, please contact me via email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Part of the Exhibition Proposal I submitted to the Lyndon House a couple of weeks ago included a new concept for installations or groupings of ancillary art around the main #wildwomanportraits. The smaller works would be complimentary to the main portrait or include imagery from the portrait composition, including shrines focusing on the central female … Continue reading #wildwomaninstallation Concept
Happy first of May everyone! Partial Installation for Athena Concept Shown here: Study for Athena and Owl Shrine April has been a very productive month for me in the studio. I have several new projects underway, sent submissions in for an exhibition at The Lyndon House in Athens and to write for Beautiful Bizarre Magazine, … Continue reading May Newsletter 2021
Do you have a concept you would like to share or a story you would like to tell? Please respond with your thoughts and become a collaborative partner for #wildwomanportraits.
Over the next couple of weeks, I will be shooting vignettes for content marketing, setting up larger canvases and panels for new work, and completing my Patreon Profile and sample materials for promoting my tiers.
...a photo gallery of spring flowers and some of my recent projects...
Wild means something different to each of us. I am open to collaborations with models, stylists, photographers, and women with unique stories or unconventional aesthetics. Help me tell your story.
If I'm honest, it hadn't occurred to me that artists wouldn't consider submitting their work for publication or an art prize to be noteworthy. I spent four months of very focused effort on my first conceptual series and felt extremely accomplished upon submission. Not only did I meet a hard deadline early, I focused on my personal conceptual work for the first time outside of college.