To everyone who has been patient with me lately I just want to say thank you! I have been working hard to get a schedule that can accommodate my art, my finances and everything in between. I am truly grateful for this opportunity to have a schedule that will allow me to peruse my love of… Read More Shifting Into Second Gear
A sunset, I know how original 🙂 I thought it was a nice share anyway… so here you go. Enjoy! This was taken on the way home from Green Bay, Spring trying to emerge.
Yesterday I traveled with my family to Green Bay. We had a desire to get out and explore one last time prior to going back to the 9-5 grind. Last year we had signed up for an EAA membership. One attractive point of that membership was the Association of Science – Technology Centers benefits. The… Read More Silver Lining Express
Put on a lot of miles lately doing non-art related things. I have been spending most of my time job hunting, interviewing, driving, parking, getting nervous, driving some more and more driving. Most of this is done for the romanticized vision in my head that there may actually be a job out there for me. For anyone who… Read More Drawing With My Toes
This is off topic, but I would like to say THANK YOU to all those health care providers out there that care deeply and work because they know how important it still is. The people that work with the elderly, special needs or handicapped. I have a brand new perspective on this. The difficultly of… Read More A Quick Hit
So I had an idea. I thought I might give myself a little art project over the holidays. As if I didn’t have enough to do already. Last year we sent out a custom Christmas card and I think it was well received. This year I wanted to up my game and design some vector… Read More Sleigh Bells Ringin
Camping with the Inlaws. Visited Petenwell County Park The bugs in all their biomastical might nearly carried us away Left us dry and full of sand. Weather was a bit hot. The need to dress like and Iranian women did not help matters much. Olivia was obsessed with gathering, carving and creating. Daniel Boonette, she… Read More Hand In The Bush Baked Beans