Archives for November 2020

The one thing we can count on is change—and sewing masks!

The year 2020 started off like most years with back-to-back plans for travel to events, shows and other painting adventures. Then COVID 19 hit and we slammed on the brakes of our planned lives. All our friends we planned on painting with, ... Read More...

More Than Meets the Eye

Still Stirring (At 93) by Susan Patton 14" x 11" - Oil (This is my grandmother that I speak of.) Growing up, I remember walking a trail to my grandparents house that was “up the hill” from my house. I would let gravity take me down ... Read More...

“At Your Age…?!”

In Pink Light by Melanie Stokes20" x 20" - Oil Have you been to a doctor lately and heard the comment, “At your age…”?  I have.  It left me with a rather indignant feeling.  I didn’t really feel old.  When my ... Read More...

Art, the Meaning of Life, and Hummingbird Moths

Once, when I was still teaching art, the new principal asked my colleagues and me, about that, which gave us the most joy. I told him that there was nothing like a snow day. A whole day given, to do absolutely nothing more than what pleases ... Read More...