I’m thrilled to be a part of a new show put on by my fellow Art Educator and Artist friend, Elaine Florimonte. This weekend, Friday & Saturday a group of 7 of us will be showing our work at the Fairfax Railroad Museum in Fairfax, Virginia. In line with Elaine’s amazing philanthropy, %15 of all sales will go to the American Cancer Society. Hope to share this will many
I am also in the process of clearing out and updating things around here as time and energy allow.
I’m not much of a blogger anymore as social media has really been an easier route to show people what I’m doing. So do check out my IG account as I post there often.
I have also been working on a few baby Google sites that I’m playing around with. I have some ideas for turning some drawings I’ve been doing into something. Will report back when that develops.
I’m thankfully on the other side of a lot of things now….including an unexpected gallbladder and hernia surgery this past summer that certainly didn’t speed up and website updates, that’s for sure! But whether or not I update daily, or yearly…life is still happening and I’m still around, doing stuff. Taking photo’s, sketching, messing with scraps and paint and found objects and of course, my journals. I’m doing it all the time. Just because it’s not broadcast daily doesn’t mean it’s not happening. And I wanted to say that for all those out there who are also doing all the things without a camera on them all the time either. It's ok. It’s actually normal. I’m good with popping in and out of someones feed when I have something significant. That’s my goal moving forward. More updates and uploads here that’s relevant to where my work is going. I’m not even sure. I manage this site all myself so it’s going to be small changes at a time. But I’m still here, and that’s what matters. We matter…all that we do, daily. Thank you for being here.