Photograph by Nina Miller of ninamillerstudio.com I graduated from The School of the Art Institute of Chicago, where I studied painting and drawing, and learned to cope with winter. Many years later, I… Continue reading
Originally posted on Therapy for a New Generation:
Gen X and Gen Y are groups of folks who are searching. Searching for the ‘right’ answer or the best way of doing, acting, and…
Last post, I promised pictures of my new mosaic studio. I also have pictures of my adjoining painting studio. Now you’ll want to visit, won’t you?
Well, it has finally happened- someone has made a giant dog out of archival cardboard. “Leroy” is at the Tacoma Art Museum. The whole animal is about nine feet tall. Sketch made with… Continue reading
Clarence Jones Reflects On Martin Luther King Jr. : NPR. I heard this author interviewed on NPR in the car today. I want to read his book.
Art is therapeutic, right? It gives your eyes something to look at, your rational brain something to think about, AND that overgrown reptilian brain way down inside a focus for reaction. Autumn Fires… Continue reading
I am in the middle of changing (IMPROVING!) my blog further, thanks to my online blog class. 1) What tools do you like to use on a blog sidebar? 2) My teacher suggested… Continue reading
I have decided to make this post verbal. Normally I include my own artwork to illustrate my words, but this time, I think I’ll let your inner eye fill in the visuals. I… Continue reading