Monthly Archives: May 2019

Bundle

          Bundle of blankets and soft sweet-smelling cheeks. Cheeks that I will never meet on this your day of birth. So far away from your grasp around my fingers, No chance to hold you tightly in … Continue reading

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Artist on a Mission – Footprints in the Sand

When you walk along the beach close enough to the water to get your toes wet, any impression you make is washed away by the power of the waves. Footprints in the sand can be covered by a shifting in … Continue reading

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Artist on a Mission-Light

Without light there is darkness. Light in a painting creates value. Without light there would be no shadow side of an object. When light is blocked, we get cast shadows which create depth and interest in a painting. When you … Continue reading

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Artist on a Mission-“People”

Person Number One: My husband and I were checking out a lighthouse in San Pedro, California while we were delivering our car to Long Beach and going to see the National Watercolor Show. “Not one bit. It hasn’t changed one … Continue reading

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Artist on a Mission “The Little Man”

  Years ago one of our boys tied a toy rubber man on the back of our van. It traveled on camping trips to Zion National Park, adventures in the Uintah Mountains and a van-packed trip to the eastern United … Continue reading

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