Ha, ha – it’s an ironing pun, get it? Ahem. I’ve had steam ironing on the brain because I can’t steam the fabric I’m working with right now. We have all these samples and bolt ends of dupioni silk from a Quilt Festival past, and boxes of little fabric swatches […]
Life as we know it
In addition to some technical difficulties regarding the website (still in the fixing stage – more on that in posts to come, I’m sure), this month I’ve been in workshop with live models for acrylic portraiture. I’m pretty excited about what came out of those sessions, although nothing is yet […]
In 1870, Julia Ward Howe wrote her “appeal to womanhood throughout the world,” and in 1872 she proposed a celebration of Mother’s Day for Peace. Â Her petition was not granted, and Mother’s Day as we know it now was created by different interests and has shifted focus. Â And yet, these […]
I’ve been enjoying some serious and intensive art marketing and business training for the last couple of weeks, in company with a fantastic Artists’ Retreat in Galveston and some other events. It’s been a long few weeks since I returned to town from my annual trek to the outskirts of […]
Erin and I spent last weekend in San Antonio. We toured Mission Trail, taking pictures and painting. I got a couple of great paintings out of it. I’ve got some great photos up now, including this one of the mission cat at Espada.
Nicole and Jared got married yesterday, and it was a beautiful ceremony and fun reception. Everybody got very emotional. It was lovely. Here are some of my photos.