Post-Immersive Education Exhibition

Posted by on Sep 25, 2014 in Articles & Posts, News & Events

Post-Immersive Education Exhibition

Dear friends and art lovers,

The Immersive Technology Summit in which I was exhibiting my Chroma 3D Art, came to an end two weeka ago. This was a highly anticipated event for me not only because I was the only artist exhibiting but also the first Immersive Education Summit on the West Coast.
It was a bitter sweet time for me since my husband was loosing his mom and our attention was scattered with mixed feelings of greif and excitement for the exhibition. Nevertheless it ended up being a great and a succesful event. I received  praises from the curators of the Smithsonian and gave a small interview about my 3D art works to them  Also connected with The Disney Stereo Supervisor  Katie Fico (of Frozen) about the inventiveness of my process to create these works.She also gave a talk on how to of making an animation 3D.

Digital Technology Conference, June 2014

Posted by on Mar 21, 2014 in News & Events

Digital Technology Conference, June 2014

In Getting ready to exhibit my work at LMU (Loyola Marymount University this June at a Digital Technology Conference, I am amazed how much the success of my last show had a lasting Energetic effect on me. I have been propelled to do huge amounts of work and stay jazzed to what is coming my way.

I exhibited my Chroma 3D Art last June in 12th Annual Topanga Studio tour and the sensation it generated was beyond anything I ever imagined or experienced. The subsequent energy release and the opportunity to participate in such an amazing conference has been nothing but pure happiness and gratitude to the gift of ART.

Please visit: http://summit.immersiveeducation.org/index.html for details.  Be sure to look me up under Sponsors and exhibitors. Hope to see you there!

Selling Art

Posted by on Feb 20, 2014 in Thoughts and Inspirations

Selling Art

I am often amazed when selling any art piece. Just sold this piece, known as The Resting Place, for a good amount and as much as I liked the painting, It was time to sell something to get the cash flow going. I felt very pleased with myself but most of all in deep gratitude for being able to do what I love and someone else falls in love with what I do. I think I have gone beyond deserving conversation after selling over 40 paintings in one of my shows, but at times I get filled with overwhelm that it is really happening. It is one thing to be making art for fun and a whole other thing when you sell it to someone for a price.

I find no attachments to my paintings when selling them, I am ready to say good bye. I had the pleasure of seeing it come about and it is time to pass it on to someone else.