Forest Management as an Art Form

Forest Management as an Art Form

When we moved to our new house in the mountains in October 1996, we sighed with relief , “No more yard work!” Hah! Little did we realize we would be doing the most intensive “yard work” we’d ever done for years to come. But now our...
The Immortal (?) Artist

The Immortal (?) Artist

The other day I received an e-mail notice about frames and art racks available at an estate sale in Albuquerque. The estate was of an artist who had died in 1994, and the small house she had apparently lived had been vacant ever since, the remaining framed art...
On Love and Hunger

On Love and Hunger

July 1, 2015 I have debated at times whether to discuss politics or other controversial issues in this blog.  I have ideas and opinions about just about everything from animals to the zodiac.  But my art is about beauty, the beauty of nature, the beauty of light and...
You are invited…..

You are invited…..

May 28, 2015 My art workshop is finished and I’m actually moved in!  (See picture above.  Note that it’s now called a “workshop”.  It’s been promoted from “shed”.)   It seems like it has taken forever, waiting for this or that...
The Joy of Hands

The Joy of Hands

April 15, 2015 I was thinking today how technology has been changing art.  I’ve seen some remarkable works that have been done with photographs and computer imaging.  I couldn’t even begin to understand how they do it.   I’m a technophobe.  I’m...
Aquarians, Art and a Windfall

Aquarians, Art and a Windfall

February 22, 2015 I picked up an Alibi today.  No, that’s not a defense against some crime or misdemeanor I committed.  It’s a local free paper that’s full of useful information, like restaurant reviews about foods I’ve never heard of before,...