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My community art month

This is a good month for getting out there and sharing art with others. Also, Carl is in Africa for a month. so here’s how I am staying busy: I am going to attend a “figure drawing” session at Redux … Continue reading

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Blue Ridge Art Days

This was my summer for exhibiting in North Carolina, meaning I drove from our mountain home in Jonas Ridge to Hickory and to Chapel Hill for installations and a reception in late May and early June. To my relief, everything … Continue reading

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Woven Together

In preparation for an exhibit in North Carolina later this year, I’ve printed one design in several different colors to use like “fabric” in collages influenced by textiles. The designs on my husband Carl’s bouldering wall (below) were one source … Continue reading

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Touring wonderland

Every two months, I leave the ordinary behind and enter an imaginary art world, in the company of a few other people. Together, we learn from its creators and discuss among ourselves how best to navigate and pass on our … Continue reading

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ZZZZZZZZZZZines

A couple of years ago, someone hosted the “First Annual Southeast Zine Fest” in Charleston. I missed it and have been disappointed that a repeat event was not scheduled. In case you’re wondering, a zine is a handmade magazine or … Continue reading

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Southern Discomfort

For the second year in a row, the Flannery O’Connor Childhood Home in Savannah Georgia hosted an art exhibit and auction to raise money for maintenance and operation.  This year’s show, “Southern Discomfort 2” was held on January 31, and … Continue reading

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