Food and family are important elements of feeling safe and well.
Category: repeated themes
I thought about all those people in our lives who support us, teach us, entertain, heal, cook, share, help, and are ready to step up. They are Good People.
Progress on Safe and Well
I have committed a year to a series I call Safe and Well. So far, I’m on track. This month I share two figurative pieces, each sure to lower your blood pressure.
Safe and Well
I have embarked on making artwork on the theme of Safe and Well.
When did the digital age begin?
I am not a fan of devices.
start a project by participating in a virtual retreat.
Are you one of those silly people? – A person who thinks your house can only hold a finite number of artworks? There are a lot of you out there! It turns out that art can expand and contract and change, just like other things in your house and yard. For example: walls, paint… Read more »
I have created an artwork make over. The new piece is Spring Calling. In last month’s blog I shared an image of an applique picture that I created in 1988. I am showing you that image again. Girl on the Slide is 24 X 40 inches. At that time I used trapunto in a… Read more »
Show and Tell
In December I had the pleasure of hearing Transendence: How Humans Evolved through Fire, Language, Beauty and Time, read by the author, Gaia Vince. She follows the story of homo sapiens from their beginnings until now, and her full research and excellent storytelling make this book of non-fiction a real page turner! I was listening… Read more »
In June I traveled overseas, and for twenty-five days was away from the safety and boring routines of home. The countries visited were Switzerland, Czech Republic, Slovakia, and Hungary (cities – Zurich, Prague, Olomouc, Bratislava, Vienna, and Budapest). I was with my traveling cousin and the Gillette Chamber Singers. The experience was good, great, delightful,… Read more »