Archives for September 2013

In TRW: 2 How-Tos

I like to think of the real world (TRW)  as everything that is happening outside of my studio. When I’m in the studio, I’m in a world of my own creating – my world. That said, here are 2 projects/classes/events that I am thrilled to be participating in (in person or in spirit) out in TRW […]

Excited by Incite!

A most fabulous book arrived on my doorstep last Friday: Incite – Dreams Realized: The Best of Mixed Media. It’s drool-worthy – and I’m not just saying that because I have work in it. I am thrilled and honored to be included alongside these other works of art. Editor Tonia Jenny at NorthLight has put […]

Life Book 2014 Class Winner Announced

Wow! You all made it so hard for me to choose just one winner for Life Book 2014. I so appreciate those who took the time to give an honest, personal, well thought out and insightful answer. My reason for asking you to give me three reasons why you want to take the class was […]

Your House Should be a Poem

We’re doing a blog hop over at the Sketchbook Challenge Blog. This month’s theme is Houses & Hideaways – one of my favorite topics. I was instantly reminded of a project I did for Angela Cartwright and Sarah Fishburn’s 2007 book, In This House. (Wonderful book, BTW). The first and easiest decision to make was […]

Artist ASAP Registration Open

Back by popular demand, my Artist ASAP online class begins again on October 7. REGISTER NOW! Artist ASAP is the ARTIST SUCCESS ACTION PROGRAM. It is a self-guided class I created after years of coaching other artists to the successful realization of their dreams. I know not everyone can afford, or wants one-on-one coaching, but I still […]

Create a Life : Create a LIFE BOOK

  I am excited, honored and inspired to be one of the art teachers for  LIFE BOOK 2014  2014 is the third year organizer Tamara LaPorte has offered this life-changing class/event/journey.  If you are not familiar with LIFE BOOK, let me tell fill you in! Lifebook is all about self-development and healing – two things I […]