award winning artist, author, instructor
I like sharing my inspirations, techniques, and art journey. Join me at my Open Studios and see if you can learn something new, or brighten your life and walls with some original art or art prints. There's lots to choose from either at my Etsy Shop (HouseOfMarbledArt) or via this website. Soon I'll have a store at Instagram too.
Thank you for visiting my site and getting to know more about my artwork which includes original mixed media paintings, prints and cards, journals and notebooks, and more.
I am a lifelong artist who paints with watercolors and acrylics and has a penchant for experimentation. I like to blend traditional fine art techniques with innovative modern methods for mark-making and applying color and texture. I live and work in the Pacific Northwest where I also teach. I find inspiration in nature and the beauty that is around me in the big things and the small things.
"I can’t begin to express how much I’ve gotten out of your classes. You’ve stoked my creativity just when I needed it. You are an intuitive teacher who knows what each of your students need." --N.P. of Wilsonville
"I am moved by your ability to take your knowledge and communicate it so clearly. With much gratitude…" --L.R.O. from Portland
"Nola was right, you are a fabulous teacher and artist." --J. D. of Wilsonville
"I needed this class for many reasons. The participants and you are a blessing to me. I smile every time I attend or go into my room to paint." --L. K. of Salem
"You create a beautiful environment. I’m so happy to have found you!"--E. E. of Wilsonville
"You are such a dear, sweet, sharing person and I thank my lucky stars to have been so fortunate to have gotten to know you. I so enjoy your classes, but especially your teaching method. You are so positive and everyone comes away feeling accomplished." --L.R. of L.O.
"Love this class! It’s a chance to stretch my mind and imagination! Of course, I’m totally out of my element, but that’s what the stretch is. Angie is a wonderful guide. Come on in!” --K. S. of Lake Oswego