Representative Ilhan Omar in Minnesota House It was tough times between November and January in terms of political feeling. I was (and still am) energized and ready to take action when and where I could. If art was associated with that action – all the better. One of the opportunities I had was to donate artwork to the “Nasty Women – Phoenix Unite” Art Show.…
What I love about creating art is that each art piece and art product encapsulates a story. There was a certain timeplace and personspace that occured during the moment of its first creation and then again in its iterations. A perfect example is this pillow: Blues Prismagic #14.
Free Coloring Page and Contest – Let the Fun Begin! I’m great at creating. I’m not so great (but getting better) and sharing those creations and bringing people into the fold. One way to do that is to hold a contest! One of my favorite aspects of creating a coloring book is seeing the color palette choices others make when confronted with one of my…
Some call it ‘monkey mind’ but I liken my insomnia to a sweaty polo horse I met in 2010… Say what? I was originally going to title this post – “Sweaty Horse Insomnia” but decided to tone it down, or class it up(?) Let me explain… Back in 2010, when Charlie and I were living the Buenos Aires life, we spent our July 4th at a…
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.
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
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.