I am a Kansas City based artist. I love to paint, inspire, hike, trail run, and be Supermom.
You can find my artwork at www.StrokeofRed.com
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Tag Archives: art
I won an artist commission through the HNC Living Foundation to create a piece of artwork out of a cancer mask. I talked about this project in a past blog titled An Art Project in Honor of my Dad. I … Continue reading
Several years ago I had a vision. I thought, ‘wouldn’t it be cool to wear my own artwork’. The more I thought about it, the more I liked the idea. I researched companies that could print my artwork onto fabric. … Continue reading
I sat painting in the shade. It’s exactly as an artist residency should be. Inspired by the other artists working around me, I sipped my coffee, and painted little sketches that I had done throughout the week. There was to … Continue reading
I have decided to challenge myself with doing things I have never done. Mostly, this involves working with materials that I’m completely unfamiliar with. This is not comfortable. I know though, that growth is never comfortable. I’m doing quiteof bit … Continue reading
For quite awhile I have had this vision in my mind: an art camper. If I could figure out how to merge my two passions, travel and art, it could be amazing. My vision includes a fiberglass camper trailer that … Continue reading
Do important things: don’t cause harm but leave it in a better state. Continue reading
My cat recently ate my fish. I’m a little bitter about it. Mostly because I liked the fish better than the cat (not my cat). Anyway, the Chinese believe that goldfish are good luck. This explains why you always see … Continue reading
I love playing with the composition for cow paintings. They become like little pets. Here’s one I call “Close Up”, Acrylic on Canvas, 5×7″.
It has been a crazy summer and fall. I did a whirlwind of art festivals and shows. I have set up regular hours in my art studio inside the InterUrban Art House in downtown Overland Park, finished up several commission … Continue reading