Visiting the studio will give  you a feel for how things are created, and you’ll be able to see pieces that won’t ever be at a gallery.  

Along with many finished pieces, you’ll see presses drying plant material, work in process, and my own collection of preserved plants – also known as an herbarium. Most universities and some botanical gardens have herbaria associated with them. It’s rare an individual has one.

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There’s a certain beauty soybean fields have, like corn or wheat fields. Where I live, they’re often surrounded by rolling hills, and might be in that rich loamy soil right next to the Missouri River. 

These images are all soybean plants preserved as art. The first three are framed, 16″ x 18″

soybean 002 500

soybean 003 500

soybean 004 500

And a series of five larger pieces, 24″ x 28″:

Bringing nature into your everyday living or work space creates a peaceful environment: it evokes a sense of connection to  life and the planet, and we feel good.

In ritual, art and myth, people have long expressed their reverence for the world of nature. Today, it’s the universal antidote for the stress of everyday living.

Papaya Leaf Framed

Papaya, 24″ x 28″, Matted,  Framed

Monstera Framed
Monstera, 24″ x 28″, Matted, Framed


Call to schedule a visit to my studio gallery space to see more items for sale or to pick up your purchase.

I love herbs, but I use them more to admire visually than to improve my food, which might be a more appropriate use of herbs.

We have some areas of wilderness in my nieghborhood that seem to be a perfect growing environment for a kind of wild onion. They grow and change quickly – beautiful to watch.

Savory and Wild OnionWild Onion on the right
Both are 5″ x 7″  and are sendable ($14)
Reclaimed wood frames ($12)

Three HerbsL to R: Lemon Grass, Savory, Oregano
all 5″ x 7″ Sendable ($14 ea.)

framed-oregano3Framed Oregano
12″ x 12″ ($75)

Framed TamarindFramed Tamarind
12″ x 12″ ($75)