Icebreaker

This monochromatic piece is fresh out of the construction zone. 

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Constant Change in New Mexico

My inbox had a gem in it today. When you send out enough ships occasionally one will return to you with good news.

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Last Night's Sketches

If you are a new visitor and want to keep up with my modern art please hop onto my email list. I’ll keep my updates clean, simple and uncluttered with a touch of chartruese for kicks.

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A Tiny Acquisition

In the beginning of October, before hosting Open Studios and before the chaos of moving into an apartment

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Getting Back on the Grid

I just finished a 7 day rafting trip on the San Juan river; 6 kids (all cousins!) and 8 adults, all family. We pack everything we need into our boats to live outside 24 hours a day.

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A First Year Experience at Quilt National 2015 – Part 4

The 2nd day of the opening weekend for Quilt National was the most nerve wracking for me. It was the day for 2 minute speeches.

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A First Year Experience at Quilt National 2015 – Part 3

Here is another round of the art of Quilt National 2015. This is the second sampling of the art that I’m sharing from the iconic exhibition.

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A Daily Creative Habit

Linda McLaughlin has found a way to make a daily creative habit easier to maintain. She shared finished pieces of her daily, weekly and monthly projects and more with friends and fans last weekend in Weiser, ID.

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Reward for Persistance and Patience

I still have the rejection letters. I keep all recejection and acceptance letters when it comes to my art.

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Prize Juror's Comments for Quilts=Art=Quilts

The prize juror, Lasse Antonsen, was on hand to give remarks during the opening weekend of Quilts=Art=Quilts held at the Schweinfurth Memorial Art Center in Auburn, NY. 

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