7/27/17 Looking at art is one of my favorite things to do. Two years ago I came across an artist by the name of Emily Carr. I was drawn to her bold use of color and interesting landscapes. I could see a post-impressionist influence and was intrigued by her Canadian origin because of my own. […]
11/24/16 Notes to Myself: Thanksgiving Day today. I am grateful for the many blessings in my life however mixed I may feel today. If I dig deep enough I see the light. Today, I mourn the passing of a treasured friend. A champion in spirit and a woman of great faith. Diagnosed with stage 4 […]
10/8/16 Notes to Myself: Found me an ocean… A plentiful palette tempting my curiosity. Can I tip toe in, to meet it’s edge? Might it change without warning – perhaps sweep me away into it’s ever changing tide never to return the same. Found me an ocean…
8/31/16 Notes to Myself: I found me a rainbow deep within my soul. Always shining and never far away; although things outside myself may want me to believe otherwise. I know better now!
5/16/16 Notes to Myself: “I am determined to maintain the perpendicular position” Lucy Stone “Perpendicular lines make right angles; they make possible extensions of both height and breadth. Right angles are weight-bearing. We speak of asserting something “squarely”, making perpendiculars. People who speak their minds freely and assert their individuality feel perpendicular to the corners […]
5/4/16 Notes to Myself: I think all art as a matter of “creation” is inherently “unfinished”. There’s an exhibit on view right now at The Metropolitan Museum in New York City which features a collection of “unfinished” works of art. When I noticed this I thought what a great topic to look at. The question […]
11/12/15 Notes to Myself: As I posted last week, I was experiencing a lot of frustration with this plein air painting. After bringing it home and walking away from it for awhile I decided to scrape it all down. What you see here now is the result of that experience. As I scraped off the […]