What does it mean to be safe and well? Spending comfortable time with my family. Reading with a child.
Tag: Uplifting Art
Part of the process of making art is thinking of what to say. I am taking a close look at what makes me feel well and asking if these things are shared with my fellow humans.
Our sense of well-being is enriched by spending time with others.
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.
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.
Fabrics have something to say.
This blog is just a quick show and tell, to share with you two commissions completed recently. I am showing you the reference photo given to me, next to the artwork I created for a friend. Notice all the things that are removed (background and shirt logo) and the things added (bottom of shoe and… Read more »
I have recently returned from a wonderful visit with my girl (old lady) cousins that took place in Lexington MA, near Boston. We did a great deal of talking and eating and seeing artwork. My dream vacation realized! So even though some of the conversation had to do with aches and pains of old ladies,… Read more »
Above is the small mock up version of “Long View”. I have been working on the large version that, when complete, and remodeling to the building is done, will hang in the State Hospital in Evanston, Wyoming. It is 38 X 54 inches . I was able to use my usual ironing surface… Read more »
We grapple with this question over and over in our lives, year to year, day to day, and hour to hour. There are some big questions about what to do next, but there are the simple prioritize-my-time sort as well. Because it is summer, I’ve had difficulty smashing-cramming-condensing four hours of exercise and gardening into… Read more »