Geeking Out with Series

In 2016 I took some risks. I enrolled in a workshop that introduced me to painted paper collage and I began working in a new medium. I have to smile thinking about it. I can work out compositions more quickly and experiment more easily. I also created my first online course, Working In a Series

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A Break for Spring

You don’t always get what has been promised. Sometimes you simply have to wait a wee bit longer.

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Back to Peter

This painting, Tilted Square by Peter Hedegaard (1929-2008), inspired me to create a group board on Pinterest, Abstract Geometric Art. I invited my artist friends that are also attracted to simplicity to join in the fun.

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Ripples

It is inspiring to learn that you have inspired others.

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Investing in Yourself

Would you bet on yourself? I did. I submitted a proposal to the Alexa Rose Foundation for an art grant. I asked for the world.

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Raiding My Bookmark Bar

In the morning I’ll be off to Portland, OR for a gathering of fellow SAQA members, the Fiberlandia conference. Surrounding myself with fellow creatives will surely put petrol in my engine. 

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4 Probing Questions for the International Blog Hop

What am I working on? My thumb surgery in November has pushed me into working with straight lines.

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a wish

I simply adore this beautiful print, Snow Path by Giuliana Lazzerini, which Lisa Flowers Ross gifted me for Christmas.   A new year is like a field of freshly fallen snow or a clean sheet of notebook paper. Everything is new again. January always fills me with hope and optimism. I will take this week to look

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Inspiration: A delicious trio of Danish legends

I need to borrow the Tardis from Dr. Who to go back in time to see this show, Trio, which the Rocket Gallery put together in 2010. Shall I pick you up on the way?

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finding my way to express

          Sometimes it feels like the images I have in my head are so hard to translate into fabric.

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