Note as of Spring 2021 – I am not taking commissions at the moment, but that does not mean I won’t consider them in the future. Write to me if you have an idea.

Below are collaborative commissioned pieces I’ve been working with since November 2019. Eight of them, and a steep learning curve for me. Some are private, and so in order to protect the privacy of those I’m working closely with, I’ll keep the updates focused on observations of my own journey.

I have learned, and will continue to learn much from these pieces and the exchanges between myself as an artist, and those who have trusted me to depict them in a way that rings true. As Mary Pratt has said, each one of these pieces is like an icon – I respect them as such.

Early Spring 2020 – delivered:

Collaborative portrait #1, 18″x 20″,
liquid acrylic, acrylic ink, vine charcoal,
acrylic gel on canvas
collection of Marilyn Struthers

Fall 2020: delivered:

Collaborative portrait #2
12″ x 16″, acrylic, sheer fabric, pencil, oil pastel, acrylic ink and acrylic paint on birch ply board
collection of Mikaela Morris

On the wall now is a triptych that describes sound, memory and music, from the point of view of a tuba.