My art reflects my fascination with the relationship between color and form. My playful approach to art begins with the question; “what would happen if ...?”. I often joke (and people are getting tired of this joke) that my solo exhibits look like several different artists are exhibiting. I enjoy experimenting with a wide variety of materials and media, resulting in a varied collection of pieces in acrylic, watercolor, fabric , paper and recycled materials and objects. Favorite styles include the use of mixed media and highly textured work done with painting knives and various embedded objects and modeling gels.
My works have been shown in half a dozen juried and non-juried shows and galleries in the Pittsburgh area, and I'm pleased to have won 5 Judge's Mentions and a Judge's Award. I am co-president of the East Suburban Artists League. I've had a solo show at the Redstone Highlands, and two solo shows at the Murrysville Community Library - unfortunately the second show (Tirzah's Bloomers:Flowers in Art) was postponed due to coronavirus. Stay tuned for updates.
Interested in showing my work or scheduling an artist talk? Send me an email: firstname.lastname@example.org