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If you’re alive, you’re creative That’s the subtitle to Patti Digh’s “Creative is a Verb,” inspired by her interactions with the artists who collaborated with her on “Life is a Verb,” and I am just DELIGHTED to be included in this book (page 46!). Prior to today, I had only had my one section of […]
For those not in the know, that’s a book! Like a real, in my hands this very moment, BOOK! I originally “met” the author, Patti Digh, through her blog, 37days, and via Twitter. When she put out a call for art for her new books, I anxiously and excitedly replied—I had seen what a wonderful […]
Maybe it’s the influence of journalism school, but I find I actually can be quite creative and productive under a deadline. The local gallery is having a members’ show in June, and I have the opportunity to include a maximum of five works. At the time I learned of the show, I had only completed […]
I’ve been thinking about homes and houses, inspired by some of the crafty creations I see in publications such as Somerset Studio and Cloth, Paper, Scissors, but also inspired by life: inheriting my mother’s house, working on homes for Habitat for Humanity, and probably just the general reflectiveness that can be expected when one turns […]
Just finished photographing one of my major projects Wednesday night and, while the full series of photographs is not yet ready, I thought I’d update here with a sneak peek of a dozen detail images of the piece. Comments welcome, either here on the blog or on Flickr!