Celebrating Mid-Summer Studio Update 2022

Celebrating Mid-Summer Studio Update 2022

Happy Lughnasa, in the Celtic tradition it’s the time of the first harvest beginning on sundown July 31. We have been eating high off the hog, like my grandpa used to say. (more…)

Mozart and Music

Mozart and Music

When I write, the best music to keep me focused is Mozart’s piano sonatas. The simplicity and unembellished sound of piano surrounds me without distracting me from the task at hand. That is, until it comes to Mozart’s Sonata No.6 in D Major, K.284, (more…)

Time Journeys

Time Journeys

Time Journeys

Stanley D. Brunn, Ph.D., Professor Emeritus, Department of Geography, University of Kentucky, Lexington,is writing his seventh mega  book with Springer publishing company, TIME JOURNEYS. (more…)

Celebrating Mid-Spring Studio Update 2022

Celebrating Mid-Spring Studio Update 2022

Now the first quarter of the seasonal year is tidied up, it’s Mid-Spring, Beltaine, a favorite time for many folks. The next season is open for possibilities (more…)

Why I Open the Studio

Why I Open the Studio

Taking the time after a big event like Spring Into Art Open Studio to rerun the highlights through my mind makes me realize why I open the studio to the public. It can be summed in several ways; connections, conversations, conveniences, win-win for all. (more…)

Off the Cuff, Casually and Spontaneously

Off the Cuff, Casually and Spontaneously

New Wrist Cuffs

Off the Cuff, is the phrase occurred to me for a title for this post about three new wrist cuffs. When I looked up the meaning, “casually and spontaneously” (more…)

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