Where haven’t I been, is a better question. At least it feels like I’ve been around the world and back. I can barely manage to get where I’m supposed to be and do what I’m supposed to do, much less write about it here. The truth is, I love writing and blogging, but the [...]
“The best place for an artist’s work is on someone else’s wall.” –Unknown English Robins 24″ x 24″ Oil on Canvas I have held on to my oil paintings long enough, and will be displaying and offering for sale over 75 of my original works this week at the Fort Worth Show of Antiques [...]
When we first moved to the country, we would see these magnificent birds often. The first time I saw one standing on the ground beyond our yard, I wasn’t sure what it was. It looked like a cat, but much larger. It’s gotten rather crowded out here (for the country) and I guess we humans [...]
This is Jenny-O. She lives next door and belongs to one of my best friends, Beverly. She is very friendly and photogenic and just begged to be painted. I used to be a little afraid of her, believe it or not with that sweet face; she would chase me when I walked through her pasture. [...]
…was one I’ll not soon forget. I wasn’t planning on being open for this month’s Art Walk, but travel plans changed and it seemed like a good idea to get some art together, whip up some refreshments and be there to meet and greet. Anna, my faithful helper, and I loaded the car and set [...]
I’m excited to tell you that I have leased a studio space in downtown Abilene and will be open for classes soon. I have yet to set a start date (sometime in July), but here’s the informational flyer.
Thank you, Rhinebeck NY and Country Living Magazine, for another great show. We have so much going on right now, lots of good and some sad, that it seemed one of us should stay close to home. David went all by himself! He did a great job setting up the booth and running it during [...]
We call them scissortails. These are, maybe, my favorite birds. To see them in flight is spectacular, perched on a wire or fence, beautiful. They nest in the trees by our gate and, walking past in the early mornings, the trees sound as though they’re full of chattering monkeys. The prettiest part, that you rarely [...]
These towels are up and ready to order from my shop…just in time for holiday cooking and hostess gifts. The images are printed on 100% made-in-America flour sack towels and will not fade with laundering. Wishing you all happy and blessed holidays!
The seasons changed overnight. Fall is in the air. The change stirs excitement and hope in my heart. The sun made long shadows across the road turning it into a giant harp. My feet plucked the strings as I walked (even skipped!) across them joining in the symphony of the universe. O, Lord, help me [...]
I love rocks. I have found painting on them to be therapuetic. It’s a quiet, tedious past-time and sometimes, just what the doctor ordered. I’ve also done this with rocks. I used terra cotta clay and majolica glaze. Equally therapuetic. I love rocks.
Cardinals are one of the bright spots of summer and winter for us. More than other birds, they seem to always be in pairs, together, at the feeder, in a tree or on the fence. I discovered a nest with three eggs in a small tree in the creek-bed. When I checked later, only one baby bird survived. I like [...]
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