Small Windows of Time

Painted over the course of a few hours, days, weeks or months between the end of 2009-present, these paintings are ones that I fit into my day, usually catching my eye as I am just wandering by busy with something else. The window of time presents itself at random times and stretches and in overlaps, and it is up to me to drop everything and try to give it a shot. The “things” in the paintings are what they are or what they appear to be, never staged, and without significance other than that of the found object and the delight that may bring. Rifling through the mess – both as a “housewife” and as a painter – means that when I see the chaos, I fight between the need to tidy up and the desire to paint it, organizing the forms on the canvas instead of in the room. Everything in the house is part of a painting in progress, which is about as real as you can get.

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Twilight Violet and Lime
Red Suitcase
Pink Sheets
Burgundy & Grey Day
Stage 2-4
Pink Scribble
Blue Diagonal
Implosion
Twilight Sketch
Blue Bed in Studio
Misty Sundown in Pink and Blue
Merger of Visa and Nike
Kitten in Yellow and Pink
Portal Reflection
Purple Blanket
Intense Afternoon Sun
Salmon Lover
Fighting a Pink Wall
Peachy Morning
Green Grocery Bag
Indoor Tree
Kitten Cool
Morandi by the Bed
Morning Sheets
Pink Pillow
Memory Painting with Cat
Memory Window
Bathroom Laundry
Red Pareo
Lavender Corner
Cat on Desk in Mauve (in progress)
Moving In
Range of White
Tre cipolle
Martian & Rose
Mountains of Gunk
Flowers in a Dijon Jar
Fan and Mouse

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