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Springing Back to Life

Whew. What an odd, stressful late winter and early spring.  Now 2020 is one year that I’d love to put in the way back of my mind. Nonetheless I have been working on new ideas using images collected over the last year or so. I’m just stopping, taking a breathe, checking in with my galleries, praying that my art friends and acquaintances are healthy.  Also taking care to check in with my family and especially my mother who lives in a nursing home in a secure ward as she has Alzheimer’s. Strangely enough she is happier not knowing what is going on in the world today and worrying about her husband, her nine grown children and their families. Very grateful for this  blessing.

I’m also optimistic that the world and our small area of it will recover and rebound to smartly begin to live in communities being our friends and family again. We need to be social, visible, connected and able to once again hug those we love.

Peace to all and here’s to safely opening up our lives again.

Lesson learned: Stopping is important but starting is essential. 

Art Workshop in Maine — rescheduled for 2021.

Looking for an art workshop that works? That will help you decide what you should be making? Please join me in 2021 for an art workshop that will make you think and give you the confidence to create YOUR art. More details to come in early 2021.


Uncovering Your Mark info and supplies flier reschedule sept 26 2020


JoP Research Journal

2017 -> Visual Research Journal with spelling mistakes and links to image sources

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A family farm in Goffstown NH

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Messy, uncommon, friendly contemporary landscape paintings inspired by the New England landscape

Yuba Gold

Art and creativity with a touch of nature

Clear Blue Design

Thinking about design every day

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Messy, uncommon, friendly contemporary landscape paintings inspired by the New England landscape

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