Serena & Lily Atlanta

I recently had the opportunity to spend the afternoon at the beautiful Serena & Lily store in the Westside Provisions district of Atlanta.  What a delight!  We spent the afternoon chatting with other Well and Wonder artists and discussing all things art.  The store itself is a masterpiece with beautiful textures and exquisite furnishings.  They displayed a number of our pieces on a beautifully pulled together gallery wall.  I was fortunate enough to meet both the clients that purchased my pieces.  Meet Marching Lions, a 48x60 that I know went to a wonderful home!  

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And then there's Trading Elizabeth, a soothing soft bit of happy.  And the name... I love the story behind the name. Ask me sometime...

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Perspicasity + Susie

What a dream of a collaboration! I have two designs available this spring at Perspicasity in Seaside.  I was just there and the umbrellas are out an they're adorable!  See below for a sneak peek of the palms which will make their way to the market soon.  Stop by for some peace, love and sandy feet...

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New Year...New Adventures

2017 got off to a rocket start.  We are settling back in to life out of an RV and thankfully, work seemed to pick up right where it left off.  Before our trip, I began talking to Mollie at Well + Wonder Collective about joining her group of talented artists.  I took part in a show they hosted at Fritz Porter in Charleston and saw first hand how wonderful she would be to work with.  Things went on hold until I returned to Florida and here we are back home in 2017!  I'm thrilled to be able to officially join them and all the fun joint ventures they have in the works.  

 

 

 

 

 

The Wilds of west texas

Oh Texas... you always do my heart good.  

The Lone Star State was a good fit for me from the get-go. Having been raised in Louisiana and Alabama, Texas was like the bigger and slightly wilder cousin of the deep south.  I loved her from the very beginning. When I showed up at Baylor, I had never even visited - no tour no nothing.  I seem to remember my Dad saying something along the lines of, "If you've seen one college, you've seen 'em all."  Now if you can fall in love with the University Parks Drive exit in Waco in 1993 then it's all gonna be uphill from there.  We are talking pre-Magnolia and the embers were still hot at the Branch Davidian compound. What had I signed up for?  I was 12 hours from Bama and a long way from the beach.  All the French I took starting in Kindergarten in New Orleans wasn't really helping me out.  I truly wondered why Texas was misspelled on the water tower in Waco when it read Tejas.  I thought  I was headed in for an Italian dinner the first time I stepped inside Mi Cocina in Highland Park.  I'm serious.  This was all new to me.  Like foreign. 

Still something grabbed me.  Just as Jerry Jeff put it, it's the wide open spaces, the Bluebonnets, the Indian Paintbrush, the Frio, the spirit of the people,  and so on. He didn't even get around to mentioning the triple fiddle and BBQ.  Oh and another burrito.  There's always another burrito.  Seriously, I hadn't been in the dorm 6 months when my border town hallmates taught me how to make homemade tortillas.  Folks, have you ever really had homemade tortillas?  I'm not talkin' those sticky flat things that have been on the store shelf for months that taste like plastic on Taco Tuesday.  I mean the real deal.  Fluffy, fat, warm and made by someone who can seriously roll their Rs.  Now I'm hungry and have to go buy some lard which I've never seen at Whole Foods.

So back to the matter at hand... Here are a few pics of Texas from DFW to Presidio County way out west on the border.  It's beautiful. It's wild. It feels untouched. It's inspiring. It's soul renewing. I love it. Go there but tread lightly. Enjoy.

ESTABLISHMENT POP UP ... APRIL 5th

 

I'm thrilled about my upcoming pop up at Establishment Home! There will be more paper pieces coming your way. They have a new selection of 18 x 24 works that will go live on their site Tuesday, April 5.  Stacie and Alexis have such a good eye and have curated a lovely little online shop! 

Southern Makers Giveaway

Be sure and visit my Instagram for a chance to win all these prizes from a great group of Southern makers.  I'm thrilled to have my art included and the winner will get an original signed palm painting along with all the great prizes pictured below.  Good Luck!

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New Works Sneak Peak...

 "Beach Town" 11x15 on paper $125

"Beach Town" 11x15 on paper $125

 "Jungle Road" 11x15 on paper $125

"Jungle Road" 11x15 on paper $125

 "Paradise 6" 11x15 on paper $125

"Paradise 6" 11x15 on paper $125

 "Seaspray" 22x30 on paper $300

"Seaspray" 22x30 on paper $300

 "Miami Drive" 7.5x22.5 on paper $125

"Miami Drive" 7.5x22.5 on paper $125

 "Delray Stroll" 7.5x22.5 on paper $125

"Delray Stroll" 7.5x22.5 on paper $125

 "Fray" 7.5x22.5 on paper $125

"Fray" 7.5x22.5 on paper $125

 "Lauderdale" 7.5x22.5 on paper $125

"Lauderdale" 7.5x22.5 on paper $125

 "Pink Lady" 7.5x22.5 on paper $125

"Pink Lady" 7.5x22.5 on paper $125

 "Flagler" 7.5x22.5 on paper $125

"Flagler" 7.5x22.5 on paper $125

 "The Row" 7.5x22.5 on paper $125

"The Row" 7.5x22.5 on paper $125

 "Town Dock" 7.5x22.5 on paper $125

"Town Dock" 7.5x22.5 on paper $125

 "Wave Over Wave" 36x48x1.5 on canvas $1900

"Wave Over Wave" 36x48x1.5 on canvas $1900

 "All the King's Men" 14x18x1.5 on canvas $300

"All the King's Men" 14x18x1.5 on canvas $300

 "All the Horses" 14x18x1.5 on canvas $300

"All the Horses" 14x18x1.5 on canvas $300

 "Sea Drops No. 1" 11x15 ink on paper $135

"Sea Drops No. 1" 11x15 ink on paper $135

 "Sea Drops No. 2" 9x12 ink on paper $100

"Sea Drops No. 2" 9x12 ink on paper $100

 "Wave Cycle" 11x15 ink on paper $135

"Wave Cycle" 11x15 ink on paper $135