Sunday, November 4, 2018

More Phenomena

Blooms  2018, 14x9½in, 35x24cm

Sublingual  2018, 14x11in, 35x28cm

Eventuate  2018, 11x11in, 28x28cm

Magnolia  2018, 10x8in, 26x20cm

Tuesday, June 5, 2018

Spring additions

Sienna, 10x8in, 25x20cm, color paper, color pencils

Skinned Knee Sun,, 13cm, color paper, color pencils

Thursday, February 8, 2018

+ 2017 +

2017 was a year of changes. Using color paper with color pencils is a new development from the years preceding where I used only black paper with white pencil.
I'm looking forward to making more color drawings as we move forward in 2018.

Blue Oval  12 x 9 inches, 30 x 23 cm

Bouquet 20 x 10 inches, 51 x 25 cm

Green Reticulate 10 x 8 inches, 25 x 20 cm

Matilda 7 x 5 inches, 18 x 13 cm 

Petticoat  20 x 8 inches, 51 x 20 cm

Phantom Ship  20 x 10 inches, 51 x 25 cm

Rosa  8 x 8 inches, 20 x 20 cm


Wednesday, July 26, 2017


Recent color work and some b&w oldies are featured at the always wonderful BOOOOOOOM

Sci Fi,  color pencil on color paper 8"x 8", 20x20cm

Saturday, July 15, 2017


A new development, I am drawing with color pencils on color paper. This was completed in April.

20" x 8" drawing, color pencils on color paper

Thursday, October 27, 2016


Reilly Jensen         Izzie Klingels        Bette Burgoyne
Art Exhibition 
Reilly Jensen
Izzie Klingels
Bette Burgoyne

AXIS Pioneer Square, Seattle USA

Opening Reception 2016
Thursday, November 3rd from 5-9pm
“Narrative” brings together an all-female cast of artists in a show of largely allegorical, highly detailed, and emotionally resonant works. 

Reilly Jensen invites the viewer to spend blissful hours at the junkyard with multitudes of ruined and discarded parts, artifacts of consumerism and desire for novelty. Inspired by objects that morph between the mechanical and organic, she blends reality with imagination in her paintings.

Izzie Klingels is drawn to building ‘feminine’ attributes into her work, such as sparkle, shimmer, and delicacy. Using obsessive details and rich texture, she describes fragments of a larger narrative.

Bette Burgoyne works monochromatically, restraining herself to a black and white palette. Her newest series “Smoke Noir” features women’s hands holding pipes that billow a peculiar smoke, suggestive of shadowy notions.

Artwork up until January 5th, 2017 

Tuesday, August 9, 2016

Feature on Bleaq art blog

Feeling at home with a selection of my drawings featured at Bleaq art blog