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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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Look for this card in your mail box—-better late than never!

It’s Studio Tour Weekend ahead and my postcard JUST went out in the mail! This Fall has gotten away from me between one thing and another. This painting, “Big Dove,” will be in our preview exhibit at Chatham Mills, this … Continue reading

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At long last–a photo shoot!

With the help of my trusty nephew, Roy, this past weekend, I got several pieces photographed. My month-ago task is finally completed! Thanks for Jason Dowdle of Blue Sky Digital Photography for excellent work, as always.  

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A pause in this blog for health drama, (not travel–boo!) bummer all!

I was getting ready to go see my photographer, Jason Dowdle, Blue Sky Digital Photographyin Snow Camp last week. I’d made an appointment and we were set. But then, some health drama bloomed up in my body instead, and I … Continue reading

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Clay of the Day catch up–new bag of clay, new session

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