Week in Review 2021- 09/17

Working in a Series? Why work in a series? This is a question I’ve asked myself from time to time. Certainly, there are many artists who do. Two impressionist examples are Edgar Degas with his young ballerinas and Claude Monet returning again and again to waterlilies. Two women who spring to mind are Georgia O’Keeffe… Continue reading Week in Review 2021- 09/17

Week in Review 2021 – 05/21

Public Learning I am always learning. Much of my learning, or at least sharing my learning experience, is done publicly. When you read my posts you are getting a front row seat. For me, this public learning can feel vulnerable, but it also feels companionable. I know whether you are an artist or art appreciator… Continue reading Week in Review 2021 – 05/21

Week in Review 2021 – 05/07

Child’s Play Thursday afternoons my husband and I drive one hour to meet our granddaughters when their buses drop them off. Even though they are only two years apart, ages 7 and 9, attending the same school system, Ariana arrives on one bus just before 3 pm and her sister, Mikayla, comes home about 20… Continue reading Week in Review 2021 – 05/07

Week in Review – 01/15

Inspiration comes and goes. When I am riding the crest of inspiration I feel empowered, energized and so, so grateful for the gift of an idea that emerges seemingly from nowhere. I have learned to hang on and see where an idea will take me. Most of the time I am pleasantly surprised by unanticipated… Continue reading Week in Review – 01/15