Who is this artist pouring her paint and heart out?
How I discovered acrylic fluid art
Acrylic cups of paint spill out onto a white canvas and the
chaos in my head begins to calm. The pain and chaos subside, and an
abstract creation is made from my heart and hands. The beautiful views of
nature that I see each day are spilled out, and the paint interprets the
visions that surround me. The abstract creation is then a vision for all to
interpret; the colors, movement, and my view of nature.
I believe that the rules are there are no rules. Every day
is a new discovery of colors, shapes, and beauty. The world has always
been a canvas. For the past five years, I express my views through the
acrylic fluid art movement. Fluid art helped calm the debilitating
migraines that I have suffered for years. Painting helps calm the pain and spurs more creativity by
organizing the chaos that envelopes my head.
The paint spilling out then forms into a beautiful
How did I get here?
I am a midwestern Kansas girl who transplanted
to Texas via Missouri and Georgia. The world became more beautiful and vibrant after marriage and
having two children. Watching my children experience and see the world
through traveling, museums, and everyday life, helped me pour paint to
express what they have seen and capture those visions and moments.
Seeing is Believing?
My art gives the eyes an experience to move around the page to and feel and draw all it in. The interpretation is left up to the eyes and intake to translate it inside each of us. The artwork gives the person the opportunity to discover themselves and give the mind a journey to see and explore.
Giving back to the community
Each year now for the past several years I have had the pleasure of participating in one of the largest art giveaway events, International Art and
Found Day. From over 36 countries and over 400 artists place their paintings
out in their respective cities. The intention is for people who might not ever buy an
original painting will now own one. I place three of my own paintings on
various park benches and next to trees all wrapped up with a message “Free Art
looking for a forever home” . People discover them and sometimes reach out and let me know they have discovered the artwork. I even get photos of the forever home and new space where the artwork is displayed.
I also donate paintings to various non-profit
organizations to be auctioned off to help raise money for various causes. In
2019, I gathered artists from around Dallas to donate prints or original
paintings to hang on the walls of a new counseling center in South Dallas, The
Family Place, a Dallas shelter for people affected by domestic violence.
Currently I have the honor of being the President of the Texas Jewish Arts
Association, and sit on the board of the Richardson Civic Art
Society. I am a member of the Plano Arts Association, Visual Arts Guild
of Frisco and the Visual Arts League of Allen, Texas.
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