Floating

Some years, around my birthday, I’m cut free from my moorings…just floating.  The new year direction hasn’t kicked in…it isn’t orderly yet, anything could happen.  So I review the messages… Clean the studio… review the day: look at completed work: start something new… on line shopping??  (new lights) visit friends… (Kay Worthington’s “anatomy of an […]

At A Glance

While in the Hallie Ford Museum of Art the other day I went up to the corner on the second floor where new work is often shown, and found these three nice prints, gifts of Greg Kucera and Larry Yocom of Seattle.  Collections Curator Jonathan Bucci had alerted me to the Louisiana Bendolph print “Shared […]

Just Tulips!

Well this gallery gig is interesting and fun, but goodness a month comes around fast! Thursday Dayna, Tory and I put up the new show, “Just Tulips”, and lest you think it’s ALL work, check us out…(these two are a little scary…) Dayna went BOLD… Tory went whimsical…(this one sold already!!) and this one is […]

Art Laundry 2

In 2012 I went to Fort Bragg, California, to make art with my friend artist Carolyn Schneider, and to put up a show called “Art Laundry” at the Lost Coast Culture Machine Gallery.  We had fun, worked hard, and the show was a success and held over for another month.  Carolyn discovered her latent desire […]

Currently on View

We went to “the Museum” last night…in our neighborhood that would be the Hallie Ford Museum of Art.  There’s a loaned Andre Derain oil on view that is lovely, “Montreuil-Sur-Mer…Derain a fauvist who painted often with Matisse, was 29 when he painted this. Plus a nice Robert Rauschenberg screenprint from 1970, “Features from Currents”…a 2014 […]

Drawing Day

I recently read an article that said to have a  happy life you need to do something EVERYDAY that makes you happy.  If you love to draw that’s so easy…drawing books and pens fit nicely into a purse…insurance against any “slow” moment…all good.  …and SOME days are really happy days because drawing and coffee join […]