I’ve written at least four scathing (what I used to call editorials – now are considered blog posts) about the rising tide of hate and racism that Donald Trump is… Read more When will Trump get dumped? →
Here’s the next in the line of new pieces going to the Wainwright Art Show, Feb. 19-20. “Ascension” is 18″ x 24″ acrylic on canvas, with the sculptured body and… Read more Ascension →
As we get closer to the Wainwright Art Show and Sale, Feb. 19-20, 2016, I promised to put some of the new pieces of art I have done and will… Read more Girl in Shadow →
Very recently, like within the last six months, I started painting without my usual wax/acrylic combo. I love doing it, but sometimes, I’ve felt limited by it. So, I started… Read more Surfacing from the Deep →
Although I hate it when people count down to some event they’re excited about on Facebook, I’m going to count down over the next few weeks leading up to the… Read more Countdown to the Art Show →
During my time as a newspaper reporter and editor, and all those years as an editorial writer or columnist, I’m sure I wrote a New Year’s Resolutions column likely 15 times.… Read more A New Year →
Shannon and I at mom and dad’s.
For obvious reasons, Christmas becomes a stressful time for a lot of people. Whether it is because of work, family, or even the stress of finding that perfect gift, it can be overwhelming. There’s also the other side of that coin, when you’re not worried about all that, if you’ve lost someone close to you and this is your first Christmas without them. The memory of that individual must be kept close, but as well, that pain becomes all too fresh when you’re reminded that that person is no longer… Read more Christmas →