I’m delighted to once again be able to install a piece in this year’s Sculpturefest. If you’ve been following me for a while you might remember that a couple of years ago I had a large exhibit at the same event featuring the red chair. Since that time the same red chair has been the More…
I am so pleased to announce that I will be presenting at the Rogers Street Theatre in Gloucester, MA this coming Friday and Saturday at 7:00 PM each night. It would be so lovely if you live in the area and can join me in this next chapter. My portion of the event is a More…
Question of the day… When has something come to you from out of the blue and added a little spice to your life?
A bench, a spiral sculpture, and the beautiful hills of Vermont. Lately I’ve been stopping here every morning as a way to start my day. Question of the day… Where can you just be?
Finally, the tulips are beginning to open up to the world while some are still budding… Question of the day… How are you living up to your potential?
Question of the day… What has already blossomed and is now ready to bear fruit?
Question of the day… How well do you wear the many textures of your life?
I’m wondering if it will be used again this year… Question of the day… Where do you return to year after year?
Another in the red chair series… Question of the day… Who has helped you get to where you are today?
This stopped me in my tracks. Not sure why, except that I’m always intrigued by what feels like inadvertent art. Are they deliberate brush strokes? I don’t think so. It was the base of an ancient street lamp post. No question today… Just enjoying the sense of movement in the inadvertent.