A 5 ingredient recipe for DIY play-doh! Plus a little call to action to help our best and hardest working folk – teachers!
Skye is writing 100 blog posts. Maybe in 100 days. Maybe not. But, she’s starting with this one and hopes you enjoy forthcoming commentary on life, art, food, momming, and miscellany.
As an aspiring artist – you are always looking for open doors. One never knows what connection or chance meeting might get you a step closer to realizing your artistic dreams and potential. I received an email for Aleksandr Berki in July of 2016 and saw a door swinging wide.
It was love at first site when I read about the mission and work going on at Southwest Human Development. In their efforts to support early childhood development – SWHD is installing Little Free Libraries around Phoenix and beyond. Back in May of 2016 I was part of a kick-off event for my friend (Mama Fox) Phoebe Fox’s children’s book – “UP UP UP” – and this was…
Here is a time lapse I painted for an 5 year anniversary gift for my husband. It’s a geometric landscape. I hope to do more of these! It’s painted on wood panel.
“Five Years Good”
6 x 24″ , Acrylic on Wood Panel
I knew the moment I saw the call for art by the Grand Art Haus (@grandarthaus) in downtown Phoenix for “Nasty Women: Phoenix Unite” show, I had a project on my hands. I decided to seek out some notable women of 2016. Women who were fighting social justice battles long before there was a big boogey clown crowned for power. Women who would give me hope. Women who would inspire me to do and be good. Of the many social justice warriors out there, these were the ones I chose.
Kids can be so honest! What did my son think of the book – “UP UP UP“? I’m so proud of my friend Phoebe Fox – of Mama Fox Books. My son and I read her most recent children’s book “UP UP UP”. Did he like it? See for yourself! Up Up Up When Mouse, Frog, Duck, Snake, Dog, Chimp, Seal, Sheep, and Bear are…
It took a moment. She looked perplexed, like she was worried to see what the aftermath of this make-up session looked like on her bedroom floor. Then, she smiled in recognition.
It has not been very long since I’ve been presenting myself as a real-deal, please-take-me-seriously artist and shorter still since I’ve been living in Arizona. So, it’s always a real pleasure when I can take a chisel and chip away at my relative obscurity here in the super-awesome, local art scene that is Phoenix. I was one of several artists featured in the August/September 2015 issue…
I am more-than-thrilled to be an itty-bitty part of the great-big-awesome that is Meow Wolf and the House of Eternal Return!