Monthly Archives: May 2012

A funny thing happened on the way to the art show

My last two blog posts have been about my excitement and preparation for the art show this past weekend, but, instead of appearing at the Sunbear Gallery I was languishing at the luxurious St. Anne’s Hospital resort. A bumpy detour … Continue reading

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Meet my critters

  I now know what the phrase suffering for my art means. My journey of creating my critters has been marked by blood, sweat, and tears—literally! Countless pin and needle stabs resulted in big drops of blood which I quickly … Continue reading

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Who’d A Thought It?

Life’s journey is full of strange twists and turns.  One of the most unusual turns for me will occur next Saturday when some of my work will be on display at an art gallery. Me—who never had an art class … Continue reading

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Buxton Inn begins to clean house

    The Buxton Inn: a place with a unique history and other worldly guests Ohio is fortunate to have several inns dating back to the stage coach days still in operation. Sadly, one of my favorite places is now … Continue reading

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Cinco de Mayo: A salute to our Mexican neighbors

Americans love to party. If we don’t have something to celebrate we find excuses. Two of the biggest party days of the year just happen to celebrate countries known for their libations. This Saturday we will salute our neighbor to … Continue reading

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