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Catching up on Studio News

I continue to do lots of small watercolor postcards. I continue to practice drawing with my right hand. Those “right-handed cards” have a big loopy “R” in the corner. I finished two pet portraits (in-process pic here) and am working … Continue reading

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The bluebonnet quilt– process over product

Back to the art blog after a few months of keeping a health blog–phew. It looks like we are in a quiet patch now, and I am out of harm’s way. The bluebonnet quilt which my mom and I have … Continue reading

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Not to rush the month but looking ahead…Mockernut and Nature Art Gallery shows

As often happens in the Fall, the art events start to pile up and there is some overlapping in my exhibitions. My “Clay for the Wall” exhibit continues through the end of the month at the Joyful Jewel in Pittsboro. … Continue reading

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Summer travels, part 2–flowers

OH my, the flowers in northern latitudes! I love taking photos of flowers when we travel. Here are just a few:    

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Back from travels–part 1–some pictures from Maine

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