When Things Go Wrong

Muffy Clark Gill Muted Swan, mixed media, 24 x 78.5 in I always talk about my work being a series of “happy accidents”, but sometimes those accidents can turn into near calamities. Not every painting that I create turns out exactly the way I envision it. For example, I recently wanted to create a painting of […]

The Creation of “Drake”

Every once in a while, I like to let my readers see How I go about creating one of my Batik/Rozome paintings.  First off, My readers ask “What is Rozome?”  The easiest way I can explain it is that Rozome is a wax and dye resist process similar to Batik, but using Japanese bamboo brushes […]

Now featured on Artsy Shark!

I know I haven’t written a blog posting in a while-I’ve been so wrapped up in creating and organizing my artwork (not to mention exhibiting and creating a revised website) For 2014, I decided that I wanted to get back into chronicling my ideas and inspirations for my art. I have a lot of work […]

Featured Artist in Artsy Shark

Carolyn Edlund, the publisher of Artsy Shark, an online  international blog promoting artists and their works gave me an early birthday gift by publishing an article about my work on her site.   You may read  the link to this article on Artsy Shark .  I was really pleased and thrilled to see my work […]

A great way to end a good year!

On the Monday before New Year’s, I received a pleasant surprise e-mail from Rachelle Ashmore from the Florida Department of State Division of Cultural Affairs: Muffy, I’m so pleased to tell you that you have been selected to have an exhibition at the 22nd Floor Gallery at the Capitol!  The dates for the exhibition are […]