Bread and Soup

Gaelen told a story today on her FB page about being in the grocery store behind a very angry man, a man with no mask and refusing social distancing.  When he left and it was Gaelen’s turn, she apologized to the long-suffering clerk and the clerk said, “It’s okay, he’s just scared.” I got thinking […]

“A Gasp of Delight”

I’m having a one-person Maira Kalman reading festival since I discovered Alibris as an antidote to Amazon.   I don’t buy many books these days, but these books have such appeal for me…she’s an artist, writer, illustrator, wit.  In 2011 Kalman was invited to curate an exhibition of her favorite things from the Cooper-Hewitt Museum collection […]

Week Seven

So…I’m beginning to feel odd.  I’m tired of the internet.  I’m tired of inspirational messages about …everything. I’m tired of myself and generating self-oriented content daily for projects.  My hair’s too long. I’m feeling like a cannibal, like I’m eating myself alive…so I adapted Heidi Grew’s clay piece to fit my Monday morning blues. I […]

Home Studio

Greetings friends.  It’s been a low-news week around here…not too much to report and not too much coming in except off of the internet and you’ve seen the same stuff I have… So after coffee and the BEE (luckily we got to GENIUS early today…phew) I carefully considering wardrobe options (Kay suggested number one might […]

Comics

I’ve always loved comics.  When I was a kid Uncle Vern sent me a subscription to Donald Duck Comics and though I found those particular comic books not totally interesting, I was immediately in love with the format.  By the time I was 10 I was spending lots of my hard-earned babysitting money on comic […]