Our departure has finally arrived. Our bags are packed and the house is ready for renting. In case you haven’t heard, we will be living in Germany for three months this summer. My husband will work for a local institute,
This past Sunday I took part in a Spring art show. I barely sold a thing. But I had a wonderful time doing it. About 10 women artists got together and we sold our wares for most of the day.
As I paint, I watch my kids draw pictures with their markers and crayons. I wonder- what did we ever do before Crayola? Before we could run to the store to buy tubes of paint in every color
I sent my son to school today with pigtails. I took a deep breath as he scrambled out of the car in the morning dropoff rush, yelled out I love you, and tried not to run after him and hover
Framing. Have you ever noticed the frames that you see on artwork? Have you noticed that some are plain and simple, a single solid color, and some are elaborate or gilded or even larger than the painting itself? I’ve been
Walls. I can’t seem to escape hearing about walls lately. I know you’re probably thinking, “Great, she’s going to write about border walls!” No, I promise- I won’t talk about the Great Wall of China. But walls are on the news,
Throughout our lives we create for ourselves the illusion of permanency. We build pyramids, chisel faces on the side of a mountain, and make vows of eternal love. The feeling of constancy is reassuring and before we realize, we
I’m delighted to announce that my paintings will be displayed at the Light Rail Gallery in Olde Town Arvada beginning April 2017. You can join me at the gallery for Arvada’s First Friday Art Walk on April 7th2017 from 6:00-8:00pm.
Last month I wrote about a new project- a mural in my kids’ elementary school. I’m happy to announce that it is finished! The scheduling allowed for working on it once a week, and I really looked forward to those
One of the best feelings for me is to create order out of chaos. Whenever my to-do list looks like a novel, I always feel better tackling it from a tidy space. Slowly, I work my way through all the piles of