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Road Without End, 7 1_4 x 6 1_2 x 1 inch

Bay City News Foundation writer, Gina Gotsill, wrote Reflecting on our times through art, an Arts & Entertainment piece in the September 17, 2020, online Bay Area Local News Matters. This is a report on how artists' business perspectives and practices shifted due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

I was interviewed for this story and my painting, "Road Without End" is featured.

This painting started as an abstract landscape watercolor on board before I added layers of encaustic paint, and collage. I was inspired by the beauty of the Ruth Bancroft Garden after sheltering in place.  The stenciled circles are a cellular shaped, stone border enclosing around a path. The metallic string represents the tight-rope, that is COVID. Like many of my paintings, this work comments on the fragile nature of our journey, but also the strength and resiliency we have to traverse it.


Tour Local Artists’ Work Spaces in their Homes and Backyard Studios, by Charleen Earley, Editor, May 25, 2021

I am one of a handful of artists featured in this article about artist studios that were open during the June 2021 East Bay Open Studios.

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