A Daughter’s Loss on June 30

6/30/20 June 30 is a tough day for me and has been ever since the sudden death of my mother when I was 24. This picture came to mind. It’s one I keep out and felt led to insert as part of this post. It’s a memory of us. She must have been about 24 […]

A Postcard for You!

5/21/20 Hi Everyone, I haven’t been posting on this blog for awhile. There’s been a lot going on. I’ve felt out of words and tired. Then we had the Covid-19 out break. That’s been hard. I installed a solo show just before everything started to shut down. It’s still up but hasn’t been seen. Like […]

The Need to Paint and be Patient – Carmen Herrera

3/3/19 When I come across stories about artists who bloom late in life I become curious about their journey. I learned about Carmen Herrera through such a story. Carmen had been actively painting for over 60 years before gaining any recognition. She was almost 90 before she sold a work.   Ms. Herrera’s exploration of […]

Abstract Expressionist – Lee Krasner

12/12/17 Lena(Lee) Krasner is probably most commonly known as the wife of Jackson Pollock. However, she deserves her own recognition as a female icon in the world of Abstract Expressionism. Born in the United States in 1908 just a few weeks after arriving with her mother and siblings from Russia to meet up with their […]