Here are three more pictures of my art in day #4 of a 5-day art challenge.  First, however, I would like to comment on the fact that this blog’s readership reached 642 this morning.  I would like to welcome all of my readers, new and old….not that any of you are “old” (since old is a state of mind…) and to say how happy I am that you are here!  Thank you.  I am honored.

This first piece is a stacked glass mosaic that was inspired by aerial photography.  It is many layers thick, and must be seen in person to truly appreciate the magnificence of the stacked glass technique that I learned from Seattle artist, Kelley Knickerbocker…who is one truly amazing artist!  I love Kelley’s work.

stacked glass mosaic

This second piece is one of a series of fish that I used various mixed media techniques to create.  It is on a birch wood panel and is called, “Bubble Fish.”

bubble fish

This last piece was in an exhibit at the 420 Gallery in Oakland some years ago.  I am honored that it is now owned by renowned artist, Darwin Price.  I call this one, “Noodle Girl,” and used many of the same techniques with this piece that I used with the “Bubble Fish” piece above.  She, too is on a birch wood panel.

noodle girl