Nomad Life

The past few weeks I’ve had one injury after another. It’s been a bit ridiculous. The culmination was a completely numb, yet extremely painful left hand. It’s surprisingly hard for other people to understand the seriousness of an artist unable to use her dominant hand. Everyone seemed to think it […]

Pain, Pain, Go Away

Here’s the link to my Studio Vox feature. I’m really excited about this write-up because they came to me. That always feels good. I found my old cell phone that acts as a hot spot so I can get online for a few posts here and there. I have very […]

Great News

I worked all day on labels and a commission/workshop brochure. We’re talking 10 hours because I’m that kind of slow. 6 trial prints later and at least the labels are exactly how I want them. The dogs pointed out they had not been to the dog park since we’ve been […]

Dog Park After Dark

The universe beat me up today.  Everything went wrong.  Big things, too. I made it out of Illinois, at least. I needed gas so I took an exit. I turned left when I should have gone straight so I ended up back on the interstate instead of at the gas […]

The Great Escape

I’m fighting the urge to run to Florida.  I miss the area and all my friends there. The fact that the weather is turning in Illinois does not help matters. In the time that I’m not officially blogging, I’m thinking about the direction I want to take the blog. I’ve […]

The Itch

I spent much of August and July painting. I tried to do another 30 paintings in 30 days, but I think I managed 11.  I’m planning on posting the paintings here, but you can scroll through my facebook page in the meantime. I’ve been taking care of my Grandma again […]

As The Art World Turns…

I know, she isn’t actually asking where he is, but go with it. I have taken a couple more artventures, unfortunately, I haven’t had time to edit the photos. Equally as unfortunate, by “have time” I mean, I really hate editing photos so I avoid it. I’m still in the […]

Where far art thou, Gypsy Lady?