I recently made a set of personal greeting cards and thought I’d share my top secrets on how to make them with my fans. In this case I made this set to entertain my mom while we sat in the hospital so I recommend it as a great hospital art project you can do on those tiny bed desks.
If you have a grandma or grandpa around, or a special auntie, start by asking for their spare paper and cloth… continue reading
one of my paintings
All this time since a baby, I was TOLD I was clumsy.
Now I see I was just pushed…pushed down, then pushed over the cliffs.
I was TOLD I wanted TOO Much attention. Their Attention
As if they OWNED all the Attention … continue reading
Is someone in your life sick or suffering? Or do you need peaceful background music, while you paint and think? The answers for me are Yes and Yes. My Dad must have known that, because he suggested listening to music this week with magical healing properties. Dad wrote… continue reading
My first view of Ledson Winery
I love living in Sonoma County. Yesterday, I was just driving to Safeway to get my mom some groceries, and I made one wrong turn. One minute later, I was driving through wine country, looking for a place to turn my car around. I saw this open gate. It was a large enough place to turn my car and that’s all I saw, at first. I meant to just turn around.
But as I rolled through the gate, I saw this most incredible mansion, just beyond the many green grapevines (the Ledson Winery). continue reading
Irene when in Rome, Italy … when I was young.
A travel sketchbook is one way of recording your journey in a very personal way. I like to keep travel journals and here is what it is like to draw in one:
I took a travel sketchbook on my tour of Italy when I was young and on my own. Let me heighten this story adventure by saying I sketched on the very first day in Italy, right after being robbed by a taxi driver. continue reading