Finding your voice, that creative style that speaks to who you are as an artist and as an individual, can take many years to develop. I've been seeking my voice for about 10-years now and am still not sure I've found it. But I found a lot of joy in creating both Breakfast on the Pond, … Continue reading Seeking Voice
What is happiness? Someone once said that a person is about as happy as they choose to be. But I'm not sure that's always true. This painting, Waiting and Watching, was done from a photo I took of my mother once when her spirits were as gloomy as the day. She, like many older folks, … Continue reading Happiness
Welcome to Spring! It's the season when so many art shows and gallery openings fill the calendar. I'm excited about my upcoming shows and events and want to invite everyone to come see what I've been creating this past fall and winter. All during the month of April I will be featured as Artist … Continue reading Spring Showings
Artists, writers, educators/scholars, clergy - if ever there was a time to speak out for human rights, now is that time! Last we heard there were some 2,000 children separated from their parents and held in cages. Now the Trump administration refuses to release current statistics on how many are still in custody - … Continue reading Madre`?
When I was a teenager I wanted to fit in. So I tried hard to be what I thought others wanted me to be, say and do. When I was climbing the corporate ladder it was important to me that others respected me. So again I strove to be, say and do what corporate America … Continue reading Of Our Sunset Years