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Keep Calm

Mar
2015
13

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This acrylic seascape represents a range of emotions and experiences with which everyone can relate. Inspired by her passion for scuba diving and love of the sea, Candice created this abstract ocean scene to reveal the volatility of its waves.  The ocean is where tranquility meets turbulence, and where agile waters wreck against rigid rocks […]

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Candice is an artist – and whether she’s designing a living space, or breathing life into a blank canvas – her work is emblematic of her passion for life and connection to the world around her. What do you see when you look at this colorful, abstract piece? Candice was inspired by her hometown, Chicago […]

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During a Nashville winter, there’s no better place to gather than by the fireplace!  Candice has been working on a budget-friendly, fireplace makeover and is excited to share the photos. Using 12”x 24” natural stone tiles, Candice transformed the original fireplace (which was too small for the space) from its original plaster corbel and reclaimed wood […]

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My studio space @ Houston Station in Nashville. I’m lovin the new digs but miss my buds in Hillsboro. My gallery owner Amy is off to Minneapolis. I miss her already.

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And on another note….this one is almost finished & ready to ship to a client in Chicago. It’s going in an Art Deco apartment over a red sofa. Yummy!

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The beginning oft water series. Makes me want to go diving.

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JDRF Gala Event

May
2013
07

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The Junior Diabetes Research Foundation Gala Event held at Loew’s Vanderbilt Plaza.  I donated my painting “Shining Embrace” to their auction to help raise money.  Our friend’s daughter, Elizabeth, was recently diagnosed with diabetes and an ambassador at the event.  The event raised $700,000.  I was honored to be part of the Gala and glad […]

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12 Foot Landscape of Sao Paolo Brazil flanked by 4′ x 5′ gauchos.  Rodizio’s installation. I painted them in sepia tones then added some color to make it look like colorized sepias from the 1800’s.  I was very glad to get the large piece out of my studio.  It was HUGE!  The clients were amazing […]

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Gaucho painting- a first for me! The day before the opening of Rodizio’s on 2nd Avenue in downtown Nashville.  I finally got around to posting it (November 2012 opening). Finishing touches