Art Explorations, Creative Projects, Life Inspirations

Art and light of Christmas Montreal

As David said, it wasn't cold enough in New Hampshire so we headed north to Montreal, Canada last week for a few days of snowy Christmas-y-ness in the historic old city.  Cold it was—2º one morning—but walking in it added to the charm, invigorated one's spirits and burnt off a lot of calories!  Let me… Continue reading Art and light of Christmas Montreal

Creative Projects, Life Inspirations, Make-up

16 ways, sixteen days. DAY 5

Week two, day 6 and it was cold, windy and rainy—spring in New England. Had to pull out some winter boots but it was worth the effort. Techs: THOSE are cute…boots? They are high. Me: Well, actually not that bad because they are thick under the ball of the foot so it reduces the actual… Continue reading 16 ways, sixteen days. DAY 5

Color Theory, Creative Projects

16 ways, sixteen days. DAY 4

Casual Friday today.  Feeling like I need to be comfy and arty funky. YESTERDAY.... New tech: CUTE shoes! Old tech: Ha, ha, ha...snort, jiggle, fall over, grab belly, ha, ha, ha!!  I purposely didn't tell her a THING!!!  I wanted to see if she would notice! New tech: Yeah, but I already heard about your… Continue reading 16 ways, sixteen days. DAY 4

Color Theory, Creative Projects

16 ways, sixteen days. DAY 2 Introduction

Creativity happens when you least expect it.  I have started some medical treatments that require me to be flat on my back wearing those adorable "johnnies" which initially leave only my feet and my face exposed.  On the plus side of this, gravity works wonders on my face and conversation is sparked in the most… Continue reading 16 ways, sixteen days. DAY 2 Introduction

Art Explorations, Color Theory, Creative Projects

Impressionist-painted quilts

I find the nuances of color & light to be endlessly fascinating. The impressions that combinations make can fool the eye and trick the senses into believing something is, when it is not. Like a world inside a world, shape and content formed by color alone without the added benefit of line is what the… Continue reading Impressionist-painted quilts