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An Artist’s Thick Skin

Artists are supposed to have a thick skin.  A ton of rejection comes with this business.  It’s just a part of it, and that’s cool.  Not everyone will like my work or what I have to say.  I’m finding that

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The Woman at the Well

Inspired by the theme for the upcoming PACT show, “Gratitude,” here is the third piece that will be showing at the 10th anniversary fall exhibition. The woman at the well chats with Jesus and her entire world is turned upside

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Who Touched Me?

The second piece in this series, Gratitute, for the PACT Fall show. Read about what has been my inspiration for this series in the post, She Was Every-Man. My thought behind this series is for the viewer to connect our

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She Was Every-Man

My summer has been very full, but in the midst of everything, I’ve been praying about what to create for my next series for the Fall PACT show entitled “gratitude.” The influences for this series have been many. Scripture, which

Posted in Drawings, Gallery Shows, Gratitude, Inside My World, Inspiration, Jesus

The New, Not So Tiny, Tiny Studio

We’ve settled in to the new house and I’ve begun working in the new studio space that has been so generously provided to me.  It’s amazing how space can make such a difference in your creative practice.  I love it

Posted in Drawings, Inside My World, One Hour A Day, Teaching Art

Married 40 Years and Counting

My parents celebrated their 40th wedding anniversary last weekend. 40 years, yawl!  How amazing is that? If you’ve read my bio, you know how much my Dad has been an influence to me becoming an artist.  My Mom is one

Posted in Drawings, Inside My World, Inspiration