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Reflections

  • Journey to Gloryland

    Toot, toot! I'm tooting my horn for two very good reasons. Last week, I received the exciting news that my painting, “Gloryland,” was selected for the new NH Hampton Circuit Court building. Second, I got to cast my very first vote in a U.S. Presidential election. Why'd it take so long? Well, I had a bit of a circuitous journey...

  • Quarantine Journal #1

    Tired of quarantining? Can't bear the thought of another staycation? Feeling restless? Yep, I hear ya. I have a confession to make. I’m not in quarantine. 

  • Why I'm Feeling Blue

    I love water. I adore it in all its shades. Cerulean. Turquoise. Azure. Beryl. Teal. Indigo. Ultramarine. Seafoam. Sapphire.
  • The 6 Stages of the Creative Process

    I began this post to showcase the stages of the creative process. But somewhere along the way, the rails came off. 
  • 6 Art Tricks I Learned from Cats

    When Tom Jones sang, "What's new pussycat?", whoa, I learned to swoon. But cats taught me something more valuable. 
  • Dances with Skinks

    Ah, spring! Pink and white flowers are bursting early this year. But along with this beauty lurks an unwelcome visitor.
  • Mad About Yellow [Chardonnay Bay]

    Where art thou, o color Yellow? Without you, there would be no light to blanket the sky at dawn and no limes, mints and teals that could be birthed from blue.
  • Father Knows Best… Eventually!

    My father wanted to protect me from myself. He knew I was an artist.
  • Mom: The Original Energizer Bunny

    Mom is the original Energizer Bunny. At 90, she keeps going, and going, and going.
  • Does Lightning Strike Twice in Richmond?

    I hope not. Yep, last year was memorable all right.
  • How I Lie to Seek My Truth [Little Lies]

    Is all lying bad? What if it hurts no one? What about white lies?
  • Hey, What's the Big Idea?

    I'm deadline-oriented. With my graphic design background, the clock is always ticking. Clients don't pay for the time it takes for big magic to make its lofty way down into creative right brain cells. They pay for the goods.