Painted rocks are just one more way of promoting kindness and joy–because I believe, to the soles of my feet, that if we all spread Kindness and savor Joy, this world will be a better place.
I paint in the evenings while I listen to audio books, TED talks, Podcasts, etc., and then I leave the finished rocks in odd places for people to find. I hope my efforts will bring smiles to faces, and a bit of warmth to the hearts and souls of strangers as well as those who know me.
If you find one of my rocks–my website is on the back–I’d love to hear about it! Even just to tell me where and when. I’m hoping some folk will also want to spread the kindness and put rocks in new places, for others to find.
I’ll activate comments on this page so people can let me know about the rocks and their journeys!
Daisy Joy — painted September 19th, 2017.
All of these rocks were left in Seattle, in mid October 2017
I also take some commissions for painted rocks. If you are interested in owning a one of a kind piece of art—a keepsake that will fit in the palm of your hand—contact me about prices and scheduling here.
(Custom tiny portrait of your pet on a rock, plus shipping and handling, runs between $60 and $100)
Here’s the completed commission of Spurr, Jen’s beloved meezer
This one was commissioned for a friend who’s sweet, Nerma, has recently gone to the Rainbow Bridge.
I’m only able to share a few of the new portraits I’m working on because many were ordered as surprise gifts for family and friends, but here are some other projects.