The feathers of a peacock are nothing short of stunning. I love how so many of the blues and greens blend into metallic tones. This piece is one of a few that are inspired by the play of colors and shapes seen on a peacock feather.

On Fire is meant to represent the base of a flame. The depiction is so realistic that it attracted a little fly which is now fossilized within the painting!

Ever wonder what mermaid dreams look like? I loved mixing these blues and greens in a gradient. The photos don't capture it but the paints have a shimmer to them. I mixed in a healthy amount of gold as we move closer to the surface of the water. This is a 24inx30in single ring pour. This piece is now living in British Columbia.

Badlands - I've always wanted to visit Badlands National Park in South Dakota. This is an abstract representation of how I picture the Badlands in my mind. 24x36 fluid acrylic on canvas.

Scarlet in Flight was inspired by a book cover (The Aviary Cocktail Book) that's been sitting on my coffee table for a couple of years. I've been staring at the black cover with its rainbow of covers and slowly a vision for a piece has been forming. After a couple of attempts, I've finally been able to capture how the progression and movement of colors make me feel in Scarlet in Flight. I just love the vibrancy of the colors, the movement in the center of the painting and the depth and solitude evoked by in the blues and reds on the fringes. The name Scarlet in Flight comes from the painting evoking movements of the feathers of the scarlet macaw. I'm in love. SOLD

Prussian Blue, Coral, and Antique Gold

Byzantine was made for a friend's birthday. It was the first of the geologic series and inspired an exploration of this technique and color space.

This piece is inspired by the song of the same name by the amazing Garth Brooks. Thunder Rolls is made with Prussian blue, light blue, and antique gold using double ring pour technique.

Triple Ring Pour

Red Rock is a 24in x 30in piece in the geologic series, inspired by the beautiful Red Rock Canyon just outside Las Vegas Nevada. Like other pieces in the geologic series, this piece is created by a series of ring pours.