I want to backtrack to the winter when I created “Blessings”, a series of six watercolors. They are on the Grace art page, but I was busy at the time and didn’t write about the amazing thing I saw on my studio window that sparked the work. (more…)
It has been three years since the last Spring Into Art Open Studio. The previous celebration took place before (more…)
I forgot to celebrate 10 years of blogging last March. I wonder why? Too much on our minds I imagine. One project that I am proceeding with is (more…)
Things that fly, like summer.
Things that fly, like summer is a work that I began on September 15, 2015 (and was completed September 11, 2020) with an inspiration that (more…)
Here’s the last video of the Virtual Sunwise Open Studio Celebration, Journals, that was easy!
I hope you enjoyed these videos and touring my studio. Contact me if you have any questions, and feel free to buy art from a living working artist!
Enter the studio and look along the left side workbench where you’ll see the studio talismans, some art on display, and my shelf of loved ones who cheer the creative process. (more…)
Part 3 of the virtual Open Studio features Happy Days, beads and Horse Riding.
For you shopping enjoyment, explore the Jewelry Page!
The Art Dollies came from all over the world to see the eleven Love Letters to Humanity. They love to get out and around.
PS: Some of the dolls are Treasures of Italy dolls from the 1950’s, some are rescued from antique shows, some are hand made by Kathleen O’Brien.
Jennifer Gleason is the farmer and creator of Sunflower Sundries and the passion behind the products produced on her small farm. Her whole life has been dedicated to learning about homestead arts and loves making things by hand from local ingredients. We are so proud to know her and her husband, poet Jim Lally. Recently we visited their inspiring enterprise. (more…)
Robert Bellows Studio
Just north of Haystack Mountain Robert Bellows Studio is embraced by the land. His Owl greeted us from the entry. For years we enjoyed this fierce yet friendly totem in his front yard in Boulder. He was the first artist I know of to use rusty farm equipment to fabricate his sculptures.