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"Flower Power"

As I had studied Chinese "Sumi-e painting" with modern water color artist,

James Quo,  I played with that idea on a giant scale.

Purchased by a private collector 

"A drawing is simply a line going for a walk."

– Paul Klee

An ode to one of my favorite

artists, Paul Klee.

Purchased by private collector

"Paws a Moment, Please"

A friend with a menagerie of dogs, cats, mice, 2 rabbits and a pot bellied pig was moving.  I snagged this chair she was about to trash and returned it as a house-warming gift with a note saying, “Listen to your pets." 

"You Are My Sunshine"

"Have you ever stopped to think...

and forgot to start again."

– A.A. Milne

A child’s Adirondack chair with an adorable model.

Donated to Habitat for Humanity

One of my favorite childhood books was, 'Now We Are Six' by A.A. Milne, the artwork on this chair is reminiscent of his drawing style.

Donated to a Habitat Humanity

"Sitting on Pins

and Needles"

My smallest chair ever...

a sweet little pin cushion.

"Down-side Up"

An upsde down child's chair as a planter...why not?
(I kept this one!)

"Beauty and the Beach"

An old wooden dressing table bench ideal for a cottage owner.

Donated to O’Connell and Company Theatre 

"Third Generation"

The desk chair of my youth and my mother’s before me. Renewed it as a gift for my great-niece, Hailey.

"Sing. Play. Dance. Create. Believe."

(seat cushion included)

I thought it would be nice to be inspired every time you saw this sweet rocker!

Donated to Habitat for Humanity

"Making Memories"

I created this checkerboard table and chair set as a gift for my 3 great-nieces.

Before 

"Mackintosh Meets Arts and Crafts"

Inspired by genius Scottish designer,  Charles Rennie Mackintosh.

Donated to the Park School

"A Little Spring In Your Step"

A childhood stool, originally gray with "little-old lady" tole painting.

Commissioned by a private collector

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