The Greene Atelier
at·el·ier /ˌadlˈyā/ noun a workshop or studio, especially one used by an artist or designer
Autumn 2022 Update
Adjusting back to real life! I’ve been working on studies for larger works that I’ll be focusing on over the winter.
I am teaching some upcoming local classes at the Lopez Island Library and San Juan Islands Art Museum. You can sign up for them on their websites.
I’ll also be participating in the Lopez Holiday Bazaar. I have new prints of “In Silence” available for sale, lino prints and cards, a few painted boxes are still available and I made Lopez sea glass lockets inspired by my time in Hawaii. My booth will be affordable works (under 100USD) and proceeds will help our community.
Pop Up Update
What a nice way to end the summer! If you’re interested in anything, email me, firstname.lastname@example.org
End of Summer Update
I finished my first larger summer work and then the winds took me elsewhere.
I participated in a juried art, maker and music festival on Lopez Island. I taught color theory and lino printmaking workshops at the Lopez library. I started teaching paint nights at the San Juan Museum. Then, I was getting ready for Full Bloom, a juried maker exhibit at Pelindaba lavender farm on San Juan Island.
I decided to run new prints, second editions, cards and small works for the rest of my summer in preparation. All between wedding planning!! However, an incident resulted in me not making it to the festival. The Lopez Island Studio Tours are September 5th and 6th. I was waiting until next year to participate but now I’m trying to hop on or do a pop up event to salvage my time. I hope to see you then!
I’m going to be working on three large paintings this summer and teaching local art classes. I also have a stack of unfinished lino work I hope to attend to. I have exciting life events coming up, making for a very busy summer!
New paintings and prints from a recent local exhibit on Lopez Island
First edition Giclee Art Prints have arrived!
Continuing on the small works of nature series are four hand printed linocut designs, single plate. Summer 2021.
Spring 2021, in response to the pandemic. On isolation and hope.
“In Silence” Pencils and acrylic wash.
“WOC Study 03” Pencil drawing and digital wash
“Corrosion” Pencils and acrylic wash.
Small works of Nature
Small works, painted boxes, and prints from 2020
A small sampling of past work 2010-2018