I am back from a five week pilgrimage to southern India. This is my third trip to Tamil Nadu, each time I feel a deeper connection to my own heart as well as the heart of the world. Even though I visited many of the same temples, the same ashram »
Summer in Maine goes by like the blink of an eye. We wait and wait for it to get warm, to feel the heat of the sun, and perhaps swim in water that is above 65 degrees! And here it is August 13, with a few trees sporting tinges »
This week I was artist in residence with the two 5th grades at Classical Studies Magnet School in Bridgeport, CT. We completed two tapestries that illustrate two of the wonderful features of this small CT city – the shore line and the many diverse neighborhoods. I loved working with »
In my last post, I spoke of the blizzard…and in case you haven’t heard, we just exited the snowiest February on record here in York. For about three weeks the snow just piling up and piling up. We’ve had the roof shoveled and the drive way piles are over »
Loose ends refers to threads that are unattached or astray, to unfinished business and to the little things in life that cannot be categorized. The last definition fits this post – a bunch of stuff that is newsy and not particularity related. So here goes!
I finished Letter S from »
It’s October 31st – Halloween! This is one of my favorite holidays because we it is about fun, fantasy, food and fright!
Two days ago I completed Letter R in my alphabet series titled “Now: Letters by Hand”. I haven’t created a gallery of all these images yet and I »
Early September, just off Merchant’s Row, Stonington, Deer Isle, ME.
Letter Q dips a finger into the Atlantic waters confirming what we already know, the water is cold but feels so good.
Letter Q the 17th letter of the alphabet series titled “Now: Letters by hand“. Nine more letters to embroider »