I have many lines of artwork and several online venues for them: some for sale, others on display. It’s easier to show them all on one page.
A mishmash of stuff I remember to upload to Instagram.
My sales portal at SaatchiArt.com. Includes acrylic paintings on canvas or paper in more contemporary styles, plus landscape, floral, and mixed-media pieces. There will be some jewelry pieces, too.
Beadwork jewelry for sale at Scottsdale Estate Collection. Some of my beaded necklaces, from a vendor I’ve known for eleven years. Note 2-18-2016: my artwork and jewelry is taking a hiatus from SCE for a while, and I will let everyone know when I’m back there. The beaded jewelry is getting overhauled and re-photographed for possible deployment at a brand-new sales portal I can’t talk about yet.
Selected glass mini-mosaics for sale at Scottsdale Estate Collection. In 2006, I devised a method of glass mosaics using very tiny glass spheres over original acrylic paintings. Several hundred pieces later, some are available here. Also at SEC: some of my small acrylic paint, stamp, and decorative paper collages.
My page at Artist Books 3.0, an international group of book and text-based artists. While not as current a catalog as the one here, my AB3.0 page tracks some of the group projects I’ve done with other members.
That page is probably going away in early October 2016, as the current site host’s costs are escalating over what the Artist Books 3.0 organizers can afford. But they are moving to Facebook. Which might be enough to get me back on Facebook.
My work for sale at Vamp & Tramp Booksellers, one of the foremost agencies for book arts in the US. As of 2014, I have been with Vamp & Tramp for ten years. They’ve been tireless advocates and sounding boards, and have brought my book arts sculptures to private, corporate, and university collectors I could never reach on my own.
While not in stock right now, my work has been for sale at 23 Sandy Gallery, a rising star among book arts and contemporary craft galleries. I met the owner at a 2005 book arts conference. I’m happy to say her dream of a book arts gallery in Portland OR is now a solid reality, backed by a roster of impressive exhibitions, dozens of amazing artists, and some remarkable clients.
Original art and jewelry, display only:
My catch-all display site on Photobucket. This one has digital art, jewelry, clothing, sketches, book and blog hop banners – a grab-bag in case I need to provide online links. It’s worth a laugh or two.
My more-organized Pinterest page, divided between fiction inspirations, jewelry, and book arts.