I am back from an energizing and exhausting week of all things art and collage, where art supplies are spoken of with the reverence of gold buillon and classmates not only know, but care, if their watercolour paper is hot or cold pressed. It’s good to go “home”. It’s good to be around those who […]
If you’re like me, on your way to Artfest, I highly recommend a detour into one or both of Ted Watson’s fabulous Seattle stores, Watson Kennedy. It might be a torrential downpour outside but the moment you walk in you’ve entered the lovely land of all things heavenly…Paris flea market meets urban vintage tableau. By […]
It’s a spectacular sunny Sausalito morning and I am grateful to those people, friends and family, the “charming gardeners” who love and support me. There is a geranium cutting in my kitchen that just one month ago was a nothing but a green fuzzy stem sitting in a glass of water and now it is […]
Keeps Etsy at play.
Today was filled with the sweet “normalcies” of life, work, coffee, co-worker communing, but still, there is that little private piece, that moment when you get home and look in your mail box and….MOO CARDS ARRIVE!!! Yes, it’s probably so two years ago…but I’m here now and the Artfest emails are ping ponging back & […]
Fun is under-rated. Fun is excellent and silly and found in the goofiest moments that we generally overlook. We anticipate fun in trips, date nights, lunches out, weekends but the real fun? I think it’s when you’re stuck in traffic behind someone you know and you watch them pick up their cell phone knowing it’s […]
Readers, bloggers, artists, friends and family, if you have found this, found me, you understand this technological world a little better than me so THANK YOU for visiting. I am new to this. I create by hand. I use a slow-cooker. I write thank you notes on paper with ink. I make colour copies at […]