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Forgive me Readers, for I have sinned…

That is, I missed the mark. It has been sixteen weeks since my last post, and no amount of  penance will make up for that time. And yet, I have very good news, and a bit of bad as well. … Continue reading

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Wondering about blogging…

When I feel disconnected from the world around me, the last thing I am drawn to do is write a blog post. Here I sit. I returned from Scotland on July first, spent the first day back “sleeping and slugging”, … Continue reading

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Off to Scotland: Let the prep begin!

Three weeks from today I will be boarding a bus in the early morning to eventually end up in Glasgow Scotland, roughly 29 hours later. I can see my new best friend may be a friendly dose of Benadryl when I … Continue reading

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The Other Fifty Shades of Grey

I fell in love with watercolor before the internet was born, before Daniel Smith began manufacturing watercolor paints, so my watercolor foundation was built in a very different world than we see today. The endless sources for today’s online learning  … Continue reading

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The Store is Finally Open!

Does anyone else see the irony in my trying to set-up an online store which processes PayPal in order to sell handwoven, handmade art pouches that will help people say NO to technology? Thank goodness for skilled and patient tech … Continue reading

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Paper…where to start?

So where to start? I mean that literally. Where do you plan to use your sketchbook? If you plan to draw and paint just at home, where you have a big drafting table, large display of art supplies, and a … Continue reading

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The Painted Journal

In January 1991 I returned to college to finish my undergraduate degree after a 20-year hiatus. In my program at Lesley College, the last two semesters had to be devoted to a highly structured, single major work. After much brainstorming … Continue reading

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