Gallery Seven
"Dakota Pottery"-This painting was juried into the Federation of Watercolor Societies and  hung in the Albuquerque, New Mexico Museum from May 18th - August 18th,2002! It is pottery that my mother-in-law made and it is now collector's pieces. The pottery was made in the 40's and is refered to as Cable Pottery. It was made at the University of North Dakota and a print of this has been donated and will hang with the collection of pottery there.    14 1/2" x  21"
"Spanish Gold"-These onions were so fun to paint!  They have become a favorite of mine and really give that French country look that is so popular now! Really very beautiful in a kitchen or diningroom and it seems men love this painting just as much as the women do!  The original has sold and is going to live in Washington or Arizona...we will see which house it fits in best!     14 1/2" x 18 3/4"
lSterling Tomatoes" 14 1/2" x 19"
This painting was part of a series I was doing with tomatoes.  I love the way the red reflected into the sterling silver dish.  I photographed the set up outside so the sky is being reflected .  You will repeatedly see this tablecloth which my Mom made for me before she passed away.This painting received the Merchant's Award at the 2001 Arizona Watercolor Association Exhibition!