These are a few of my favorite things
I’m constantly inspired by nature, as well as the ordinary components of human life, which I internalize and express as the extraordinary wonders they actually are. The way the sunlight slants in May. The way an orange is so much more than just the color orange, it’s practically a rainbow. When you scrutinize something so closely, you not only illuminate for others its spectrum of colors, textures, lights and shadows, but in the process, something previously intangible is also revealed to you about yourself.
I’m lucky enough to have a dedicated studio attached to my home amidst the oak trees and sage brush in Carbon Canyon, CA. My husband and I reside in a rural close knit canyon community where nature is accessed simply by stepping out of the house. My daily walk amongst the trees fuels my inspiration, creativity and appreciation for all life.
While searching for an opportunity to learn silk painting, I realized that the perfect first project was to paint my son’s tallit (Jewish prayer shawl) for his bar mitzvah. I loved this new medium, and got such favorable reviews that creating tallitot soon became my most popular commissioned artwork. I also create hand painted silk shawls, scarves and jackets.
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