Finding Serenity – A Journey Through Quiet Creativity

As an abstract artist, and painter, I've always been known for my vibrant and energetic abstract paintings. My work has been a reflection of my creative spirit, bursting with colors and life, but as any artist can attest, there are times when we seek solace in the serenity of quieter subjects. In this blog post, [...]

Road Trip to Palm Springs and onward

Road Trip to Palm Springs and onward

It was an eventful 16 days...filled with rainy weather and traffic.  My dear husband and Chevy (the studio assistant dachshund) took off from the Pacific Northwest two days before the Seattle Snowmageddon.  It was a  1200 mile trek to Palm Springs and San Diego, in the name of Art (of course) and family. Winter is [...]

All in an Artists Day

Being an artist is not only creating art, but marketing, packing, shipping, and tending to social media, among many other responsibilities. Today was photo shoot day.  A wonderful photographer, Greg Roebuck, who has done some fantastic photos for Snowboarding Magazine, spent the better part of an afternoon with me and my paintings.   I haven't seen [...]

The Truth About Pickles

...And how we see Contemporary Abstract Art BARBARA MOSHER “ Read Between the Lines”2017   Around the kitchen table or the neighborhood bar, a long-standing debate is often the subject of disagreement. What is the best pickle?   The classic dill, now that alone can conjure up some arguments. Are we talking about a Vlasic [...]