Category Archives: Pen and Ink

‘Tis A Gift to… keep it simple

I got to the last few pages of the small sketchbook I carry in my purse, and being frugal (or cheap) I could not just “call it done.” A beautiful autumn day, time to spare, and no sense of direction led … Continue reading

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Oils in the Cellar— Sawdust in the Attic

   I grew up in a home of polarized artists. My father, an executive at the Reader’s Digest, had a fully outfitted woodworking shop in the attic of our old colonial house. There he crafted furniture in the sweltering heat of … Continue reading

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