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Celebrating 20 years making art in Colorado…me, a cat, and a non-profit.

So- this is the longest I have ever lived anywhere in my life.  20 years!! I still remember our frantic 3 day trip out here, looking high and low for a house to rent or buy for our impending move … Continue reading

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Brick by Brick… Am I easily distracted or do I just have lots of good ideas simultaneously?

I’ve been working in my home studio for about 2 years now- and enjoy several things about it. •No rent. •More space. •Obviously closer to home-  I can go work anytime- for hours or 15 critical minutes. •I can do … Continue reading

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it’s all about the frame

(Keeping with my political themes…. ) For those of us who paint on canvas,  and then exhibit the work, there’s always a question that needs to be resolved somehow,  after all the fireworks and angsty sessions with a brush in … Continue reading

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Memories of Fireflies

Yes.  This has been a very hot summer so far. But I can always take some comfort in the fact that it never feels really sticky on top of that.  I have lived in locations that were way more humid … Continue reading

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New Work – Sprouting up

My strategy in this year has been to back off the unnecessary and clear my head….decide if I wanted to keep painting, decide how I would go about that, decide what really intrigued me enough to make work about it.  … Continue reading

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