I have really been enjoying your website; thanks for sharing. I know that you rarely go to movies, but did you happen to see Julie and Julia? Cute movie, (quite good actually) about a woman who attempts to do all the receipes in Julia’s cookbook in one year and blog about the experience. It is based on a true story. A publisher picked up her blog and bought it for lots of money, eventually publishing it and yes, making a movie about it.
I enjoy your blog and viewing your delightful paintings; I also love the unique process and literature you share with us. The excerpts from the unique pieces of literature and poetry you include add a wonderful dimension to the site. Do you ever sale any of your works? My daughter LOVES butterflies and has mentioned many times, she’d love to have a painting. I like your style of painting so much – I know she would, too. She’s 24.
My hairdresser wants to see your blog…how does she do that? She is experimenting with a different kind of art and I saw her work today. Very different from your art, very interesting though…she is an interesting person.
I love what you’re doing! I am also a professional artist. Mostly watercolor, but I do paint in all mediums. The paint you mentioned in the small cans is what I used to paint saws. I sold several as commisions. This acyrlic paint worked wonderfully.
I have a large roll of “Watercolor Canvas”. I found that acyrlic works the very best on it. I’m thinking of making cards with it. Here in Michigan, the people don’t have the funds to buy many paintings.
Your work is wonderful so keep on keeping on!
I believe I heard the reason people looked so gloomy in old photos is that they had to sit for a lonnnnnngggg time because the cameras were much slower then. Who could keep a smile when they’re bored to tears!
We love, love your work. I am a quilter and fiber artist. A mutual friend gave me your name when I asked for recommendations for speakers in thread painting or thread artist. Would you be interested in lecturing and or a workshop? Please email me for my contact information and our mutual friend name. Wendy
Hi! I have a the bird piece my Momma bought in my kitchen and everyday, I think about the talented arist who created it and smile. I would love to meet you sometime. I love your art and love the things I have heard about you from my Dad. Thanks for making the world more beautiful!