I have never considered myself a particularly spousey spouse. After several negative experiences at my last base, I found it best (and emotionally safer) to simply keep to myself and (now) a few close friends. However, as I have mentioned before—my lovely friend, as helped to drag me out of my socially awkward, and charmingly... Continue Reading →
Today, I was filming an interview at the MAH about the current exhibition. After the interview I was going to join a class of younger children for their collaborative art workshop inspired by my show. As we were filming the students arrived--we paused our filming to allow them to continue with the introduction presentation to... Continue Reading →
(Zeus) Greek Mythology god of the sky and king of the gods. His brothers are Poseidon and Hades and his wife is Hera.
Every Wednesday I teach an hour-long lesson to a lovely 10-year old girl. She is home-schooled and her mother thought with her daughters enjoyment of art, weekly lessons would be a nice addition. I started in January, and this has been the first time I have taught on-going individual art lessons. I knew they would... Continue Reading →
I recently took part in the Angra Museum's International Women’s Day Luncheon in conjunction with my Seven Social Sins exhibition currently on display. I knew March was considered Women’s History month, but I was unaware March 8, was International Women’s Day until I was asked to take part in the museum's event. Since I'm a... Continue Reading →