Sunday, June 15, 2014


Acrylic on Foamcore

Midnight Moon

Mixed Media sculpture
40 inches tall

This piece was originally called " Deep Red " or " RedRum".
I felt like neither name really fit her.
I expressed this to her new owners and told them that they should listen and feel in their hearts what her "real" name is- since I believed that she would tell it to them eventually.
I was recently told that she indeed revealed her real name- to two young girls, aged 4 and 6. They declared that her name was Midnight Moon. 
Later on, the owner received two glasses in his mailbox, with the stamp " Midnight Moon" on them.
A wonderful coincidence.

Sunday, June 1, 2014

Butterfly's Sleep




Painted on the back of my jacket.


In Hyde's autobiography, he describes how when his kitty dies,
he missed it so much that whenever he saw a cat,
he would pick it up and smell it.
After awhile, he became allergic to cats.
He believed this was due to the fact that he had
 smelled so many cats, that he over-saturated himself with "catness" (?)

Helping Daisy find her Wings

When my pet rat passed away,
I drew this while thinking of her
as she found her wings....





Cupcakes and Chartreuse