Quiltopia!

This Friday and Saturday (November 5th and 6th) the Willamette Heritage Center (1313 SE Mill St SE) will be hosting Quiltopia, 2021. Like everything else, the popular annual exhibit was cancelled in 2020, but is back this year! Because my painting studio is part of the Studios at the Mill (at the Willamette Heritage Center) […]

October

Hi readers…it’s been two months since my last bulletin, and I’ll have to hustle to post this as October is about to become Hull birthday month, also known at November. I’ve been musing about why I rarely post on this blog anymore…the answer is Instagram. No narrative, just images…but the Snail Blog has provided me […]

Deltiology

My friend Karen is a collector…of many categories of things, of people, of quotes. Of postcards. …and recently she sent me some cards, along with an article by Russell Lynes from 1977 (Architectural Digest, July-August, 1977…she collects magazines) wherein we learn that that a post card collector is called a Deltiologist. This term was coined […]

On the Way?

So we were having lunch the other day at Taproot when R nudged me and pointed…”On the Way”…oh good lord, I haven’t blogged in MONTHS! I doubt anybody is out there. ..well you’re there, but maybe not HERE? It isn’t so much that I have nothing to say…but that the things I’m thinking about are […]

Cayla Skillin-Brauchle at the HFMA

You only have until May 15th to go to the Hallie Ford Museum of Art to see “Cayla Skillin-Braucle: Locating”…work by Willamette faculty member Cayla Skillin-Brauchle on view in conjunction with an exhibit of senior graduating art students. Skillin-Brauchle teaches drawing, installation art, social practice, and performance art in the Willamette University Art Department. This […]