Archive for July 2013

Windmill: In Progress

Friday is HERE! Which means it’s time for your weekly blog post! This week has been dedicated to getting the final piece for the Two Moon Gallery show started and up on its feet. It’s not exactly moving around and doing cartwheels around the room yet. But it has been a productive week and I’m thrilled. This…

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Print for Tomato Art Fest

A summer tomato. Picked straight off the plant; the aroma of freshness filling your senses; your teeth breaking through the outer skin; droplets of juice cascading around your tongue. Such is one of life’s sweet pleasures. Few things compare to the versatility of this vegetable for salads, ketchup, dips, and snacks. Yet somehow, it doesn’t garner the praise and attention…

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Molly Whuppie – Children’s Book

This week, I’ve decided to take a new approach to this blog. Instead of just sharing my news (which really seems pretty narrow minded), why not share some of the other, cool, art related news that went down this week? So, here are some links that other ‘creatives’ like myself might find interesting. Breaking news – Coffee shops stimulate…

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Anansi – Children’s Book

Anansi is finally done! This little spider and I emerged into the sun yesterday after a grueling revision process that left us slimmer, trimmer and more “commercially” accessible. But wait, before I pull out the potato chips and celebrate this mini personal victory, let me tell you the whole story…. As I mentioned a few weeks ago, Georgia Regents University was…

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