Betty paints in oil, pastel or mixed media creating figurative, landscape or still lifes. She also paints murals, i.e. the Greene County Visitor Center. Her work is in private collections throughout the U.S. and Belize.
I like to capture meaningful moments in life through my art. My one abstract work included here, The Path, is in acrylic and represents the path we all take.
My painting, Seoul Korea, circa 1952, was from a slide my father took when he was in the Korean War. Compare this to the Seoul we know of today with its skyscrapers.
My mother was a successful portrait artist and her younger sister, my Aunt Mary, followed in her footsteps, painting portraits of family members. I have always had many of my relatives sharing meals with me from their places on the walls surrounding our dining room table.
Emma, a painting of my niece, was from her lying on an oriental carpet enjoying the warmth of her cat.
When I began drawing years ago, I started seeing things differently. It wasn’t just the lines and shapes I was placing on the canvas or surface in front of me, it was everything I looked at. Art opened up a new way “seeing” the world to me. This is what I want to share with you through my art
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