posts that are about Miraval Resort...
In July 2010 I was artist-in-residence at the Miraval Arizona Resort in Tucson. I am creating this series of artwork inspired by the beautiful desert plants I discovered in their gardens, paths, and grounds. Learn more about how Miraval’s concept of “mindfulness” is connected to my artistic process.
Right now I’m preparing my photographs for my booth at this year’s ArtExpo. This week, when I haven’t been interrupted by snow days, I’ve been working on Storm Front, an… read more
I’ve been trying to photograph this cutting of a desert honeysuckle all summer, yet it kept evading me. Finally today, I think I found it. See more of my Miraval… read more
This is an abstraction of the seed pod from a texas ebony tree found on the grounds of the Miraval Resort. It evokes the classic image of two hands held… read more
Even though they have been yielding great results, I decided I needed a break from working with mesquite seed pods. So I turned towards this desert marigold I collected on… read more
All week I have continued to explore that wonderfully curly mesquite seed pod I found at the Miraval Resort. Just when I think I have done all I can with… read more
This is a photograph of a mesquite seed pod I found on the grounds of the Miraval Resort during my artist-in-residence there this summer. The mesquite trees are about all… read more
I have always felt that my work has a strong affinity to resorts and spas, especially ones that place so much focus on your emotional well-being. While I was at… read more
I returned home last Saturday from my week-long artist-in-residence program at the Miraval Arizona Resort. It was quite the trip, and something I am still processing, so you aren’t going… read more
Next week I’ll be heading off to Tucson, to be part of the Miraval Resort’s artist-in-residence program. The past few weeks have been a scramble, a rush of planning and… read more
News Flash: I’ll be spending a week this summer (from July 6 – 9) being the artist-in-residence in the very swanky Miraval Resort in Tucson! My art has been displayed… read more
see older posts »