At long last, overcoming obstacles years in the making, the web page is ready to go!!
I do admit it is not perfect, and it does not include all my images (yes, I have more - lots more!), but I know that this site will perform as I need it to… getting the word out and placing my images in the world.
I must acknowledge that this was not a solo effort, and I drew on the expertise and encouragement of several friends as I worked on this project over the years, among them Rachel Freeman, Bridget Gallogly, Danette Sills, and especially Jean-Sophie Wood, who tirelessly pushed me, advised me, and guided me. A big hearty thank you to all.
I hope you enjoy browsing the collections, and taking a close look at the details. I think you will all find something new here. I would love to hear from you – just go to my contact page.
Right now I am preparing my studio for the big Santa Fe Studio Tour which is coming up in a few weeks: the Preview Show is June 17. I am exhibiting many of the big framed originals in my home studio and demonstrating my collaging technique on the easel. Lots to do before then!
Meanwhile, you can catch me at the Santa Fe Railyard Artisan Market. This is Memorial Day Weekend, and I will be bringing the Abraham Lincoln portrait, a leader who understood how costly a war is to people. This is the collage portrait that was displayed in the White House for several years. As usual, the market is Sunday, 10 am to 4 pm. See you there!
Peace and Love,
D E C O
Art, news and thoughts from Santa Fe, New Mexico.