All of my work is a spiritual connection with my life, which has gone through many changes and looks like a patchwork.  It is always an attempt to combine imagery and abstraction, an ongoing striving to communicate while going deeper.  

 

My studio is now in my house at 1100 Hill Street, Hancock, MI 49930.  

 

My remaining oil paintings and much of my recent works are in my sister's gallery in Anaconda, Montana, the Stop Light Gallery.

 

I also have some work in two local galleries:  Paige Wiard in Callumet and the Community Art Center in Hancock.   Contact information for all these places cn be found later on the website.

 

I am now doing work in a variety of other art forms, such as small sculptures and patched textiles. Currentlly I am experimenting with various forms of nontoxic media: acrylic, casein and egg tempera, as well as watercolor and color pencils.  Bird forms are emerging, as metaphors for peace.  I will put them online when they are ready.

 

I have decided that one way I can share my work is to have giclee prints made.  Many of the images that are of interest could possibly be made into an archival print, about 15x17", for $150.  Please email me if you are interested.  joycek@chartermi.net.

 

 

 



Artwork : Karhu with Blueberries   << Return to other artworks

oil on panel 16x20''

Part of the endangered animal series.

In the collection of Phyllis Fredendall and Hannu Leppanen

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