These images include restaurant design work and accompanying art, food-show displays, and individual pieces created for fund-raisers and public-art projects. The horses all originated with The Winged Horse Extravaganza, a public art project that I sponsored through my publishing company, Outer Banks Press, to commemorate the 2003 Centennial of Flight. Please click on individual images for more information.

SymPony
SymPony

I created Sympony for the Fun d'Arts Affaire, an annual fundraiser for the New Visions Gallery at the Marshfield Clinic in my hometown of Marshfield, Wisconsin. Sympony was purchased at auction by Linda and Dr. John Melski.

Monto'ac
Monto'ac

Artist Sarah Tyler and I painted Monta'oc and donated him to the Corolla Wild Horse Fund as part of the Winged Horse Extravaganza.

Felicia the Flippered Filly
Felicia the Flippered Filly

Fiberglass master David Rohde and I created Felicia the Flippered Filly for ResortQuest as part of the Winged Horse Extravaganza.

Felicia, detail 1
Felicia, detail 1

Detail of added starfish and shells on Felicia the Flippered Filly.

Felicia, detail 2
Felicia, detail 2

Detail of added shells on Felicia the Flippered Filly.

Felicia, detail 3
Felicia, detail 3

David Rohde's fiberglass handiwork in changing a four-legged colt into a two-legged filly with a mermaid's tail.

Lights, Kam-era, Action!
Lights, Kam-era, Action!

I painted this horse for sponsor Lori White, as part of the Winged Horse Extravaganza, to honor a late friend.

Lights, Kam-era, Action!, detail 1
Lights, Kam-era, Action!, detail 1
Kimono Colt
Kimono Colt

I created Kimono Colt for the Fun d'Arts Affaire, an annual fundraiser for the New Visions Gallery at the Marshfield Clinic in my hometown of Marshfield, Wisconsin.

Kimono Colt, detail 1
Kimono Colt, detail 1

Kimono Colt was purchased at auction by Linda and Dr. John Melski.

Kimono Colt, detail 2
Kimono Colt, detail 2
Kimono Colt, detail 3
Kimono Colt, detail 3
Kimono Colt, detail 4
Kimono Colt, detail 4
Kimono Colt, detail 5
Kimono Colt, detail 5
Kimono Colt, detail 6
Kimono Colt, detail 6
Kimono Colt, detail 7
Kimono Colt, detail 7
Kimono Colt, detail 8
Kimono Colt, detail 8
Kimono Colt, detail 9
Kimono Colt, detail 9
Port Au Prince
Port Au Prince

I created Port Au Prince for the Fun d'Arts Affaire, an annual fundraiser for the New Visions Gallery at the Marshfield Clinic in my hometown of Marshfield, Wisconsin.

Port Au Prince, detail 1
Port Au Prince, detail 1
Port Au Prince, detail 2
Port Au Prince, detail 2
Port Au Prince, detail 3
Port Au Prince, detail 3
Port Au Prince, detail 4
Port Au Prince, detail 4
Port Au Prince, detail 5
Port Au Prince, detail 5
Port Au Prince, detail 6
Port Au Prince, detail 6
Port Au Prince, detail 7
Port Au Prince, detail 7
Tio Pablo, Richmond, VA
Tio Pablo, Richmond, VA

My husband, Paul Keevil, opened a gluten-free, authentic Mexican taqueria in 2006. I did the signage and most of the art for the restaurant.

Tio Pablo, Sculpture
Tio Pablo, Sculpture

This sculpture is an assemblage of found objects.

Tio Pablo, mural 1
Tio Pablo, mural 1

This mural features my interpretation of alibrejes, which are Oaxacan sculptures of fantastical creatures.

Tio Pablo, mural 2
Tio Pablo, mural 2

This mural takes inspiration from the graffiti found in many Mexican villages.

Tio Pablo, ladies' room door
Tio Pablo, ladies' room door

Just because every ladies' room deserves a sexy Day of the Dead painting, right?

Tio Pablo, DOTD detail
Tio Pablo, DOTD detail
Tio Pablo, horse head 1
Tio Pablo, horse head 1

Continuing with Day of the Dead imagery, I painted this horse head, which hangs above the front doors.

Tio Pablo, horse head 2
Tio Pablo, horse head 2

Another view of my DOTD horse head.

Tio Pablo, chalkboard menu
Tio Pablo, chalkboard menu

My design work for Tio Pablo extends to chalkboard menus, printed menus, business cards, and promo materials.

Tio Pablo, Broad Appetit 2016
Tio Pablo, Broad Appetit 2016

Tio Pablo has won "Best Ambiance" 3 of the past 5 years at Richmond's Broad Appetit, an annual fundraiser for Meals on Wheels and the Food Bank of Central Virginia. More than 30,000 people attend the event each year, sampling food from about 70 restaurants.

Tio Pablo dress, Broad Appetit, 2016
Tio Pablo dress, Broad Appetit, 2016

I created this display dress out of banana leaves, various other leaves and flowers, and produce from the Mexican market.

Millie's, Broad Appetit 2016
Millie's, Broad Appetit 2016

I drew this facade for Millie's booth at Richmond's Broad Appetit, an annual fundraiser for Meals on Wheels and the Food Bank of Central Virginia. More than 30,000 poeple attend the event each year, sampling food from about 70 restaurants.

"For All the Dogs We've Loved Before
"For All the Dogs We've Loved Before

I decorated this steel pup for Richmond, Virginia's annual Fetch-a-Cure auction, which raises funds for people whose pets are undergoing cancer treatments.

side 3
side 3
side 1
side 1
Encausticat
Encausticat

I decorated this steel cat in encaustic for Richmond, Virginia's annual Fetch-a-Cure auction, which raises funds for people whose pets are undergoing cancer treatments. Encausticat has a summer scene on one side and winter on the other.

Encausticat, summer detail
Encausticat, summer detail
Encausticat, winter
Encausticat, winter
Encausticat, winter detail
Encausticat, winter detail
Grrrr-lap!
Grrrr-lap!

Grrrr-lap! is a steel pup that I decorated for Richmond, Virginia's annual Fetch-a-Cure auction, which raises funds for people whose pets are undergoing cancer treatments.

Grrrr-lap! 2
Grrrr-lap! 2

Grrrr-lap! is made from burlap coffee bags and rice bags.

Grrrr-lap! 3, detail
Grrrr-lap! 3, detail
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