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Here I talk about making art including all the lessons learned, in and out of the classroom.
A new look for my art and my blog.read more
Especially in Oil and Cold Wax, working small gives me a greater sense of control.read more
Ask for what you want: As part of my New Year's resolutions for 2017, I wanted to have a solo exhibit. This year I've managed to be in two group shows and now, I have a small solo show on display at the Bexley Public Library. How did I get this show? ...read more
November 10th found me at Amanda Jolley's Studio with about 15 other students, including my daughter Dawn, to attend Lisa Pressman's "Expanding Your Vision with R&F Pigment Sticks, oils and mixed media" workshop. I was excited about this workshop because 1) I had...read more
I had a great time with Paula Roland at her workshop in Chicago.read more
An Eco-Printing class resulted in a new Encaustic Monotype.read more
What happened to August? That month just sped along... it started off with my helping to hang the Hot Wax / Cool Art show at the Columbus Cultural Arts Center and it finished this morning when I picked up only one of my pieces. "Nebula," my favorite, (pictured above)...read more
What to call it? Today, Bev Goldie taught a workshop on "paper-making." We weren't actually making paper but using inks, stencils, wax, and watercolor on Japanese mulberry paper. The goal is to incorporate these papers into our...read more
All I needed to make Encaustic Monotypes was a large heated sheet of anodized aluminum; sounds simple doesn’t it?read more