Friday, June 23, 2017

Hi Dear Blogging friends,

As part of the many changes I'm going through, I will be switching over to a new blogging platform.  You can get to it through my website:

If you bookmarked that website in the past, then your bookmark may no longer work.  If it doesn't, simply type in (or click on this one)  and you (hopefully!) will be directed to the new spot.  Thanks for looking.

Monday, May 29, 2017

Saying a long good-bye to Crosswinds

Theo, my mom and I have been saying good-bye to our beloved Crosswinds this spring.  I am fortunate to have buyers who seem to love the place as much as I do.  That helps.  The deal is scheduled to close in early June (fingers crossed), and then I'm just going to stay loose and travel around for awhile, eventually making my way back to the town in Spain with which I fell in love, Gaucin...As my friend Sam said, quoting a popular song, "Every new beginning is another beginning's end."

Monday, April 24, 2017

Now that I'm back state-side (for a while anyway), please let me invite you to the Alamance Arts Council in Graham, NC.  My Moving Colors show will be opening there on the evening of Thursday, May 4, 2017 from 6:00 - 8:00 pm.  The show will run through June 17, 2017.

Moving Colors is the show that grew out of my cross country travels.  It incorporates the concept of "flow" - from the many beautiful waters, to the flow of ideas, emotions and even of traffic(!) and time...and the ability of color to "move" us.  I hope you can join us.

Sunday, February 12, 2017

Reviving the blog...

Hello dear blogging friends,

Please forgive my absence.  I have no excuse.

Now I'm out exploring the world again and want to share some of the places/views/ideas/art I'm experiencing along the way.

I am currently in Southern Spain, in the beautiful artist community of Gaucin.  From my deck on the roof of the house where I'm staying (more about that later) I can see across the white-washed houses perched on the side of the mountain, across the valley to the Mediterranean Sea.  In the photo below, you can just make out the Rock of Gibralter, and then the mountains of Morocco across the sea.  I am grateful to be here.

Here is a photo of the town at dusk.