About Milk Paint

Milk paint has been around in one form or another for thousands of years. It is suggested that early cave paintings, some dating back as far as 20,000 years ago, were made of a simple combination of milk, lime, and earth pigments. In the early days of America (and even earlier in Europe) painters carried dry pigments with them which could then be combined with farmer's or homeowner's milk and lime.

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New Vintage & Woodworking Shop

For those of you who know about my antiques and my woodworking sales, I will be getting space at a local antique shop to sell those wares! Selling out my studio has been fun, but it is time to step up to a space in a store with daily business hours where people can more easily buy my products. And for that, an antique store makes the most sense! 

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Refining Dreams

As I venture into the world of color I feel it is important to keep my vision of dreams. With my black and white work it often evokes a dream or mysterious quality for viewers. It is always wonderful to hear customers share the stories they get from one of my photographs. Black and white itself separates most of us from reality since most of us see the world around us in color. My work with wet plate collodion, gelatin dry plate, salt prints and cyanotype print take it a step further.

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