I am updating my records, and found that I have sold over twenty works during these first six months of 2013. That is nice, it makes me happy. I am tremendously grateful to all of those who have bought work from my exhibitions, commissioned pieces, or simply supporting my work and me with their kind... Continue Reading →
As I mentioned in my previous post, we are watching a couple of adorable pets for some good friends of our while they spend about 16 days in the wondrous land of Greece. As I explained to Trishell, her pets are doing very well, and while I am sure they will be genuinely ecstatic when... Continue Reading →
Soup is well used to our daily routines of going to work after her 6 years of life. Both her and DocMo are very well-behaved and they are allowed the run of the house when we are gone. However, they do have the habit of finding our shoes, bringing them to the sofa and then... Continue Reading →
I am very grateful that my allergy medication and sinus rinse is working and my angry nose and absurd sneezing are finally under control.
My house currently has six animals in it. Only three are actually ours. This is Biggs--playing with Chloe. Neither of these two terrors belong to me, but I love them all the same. This makes me happy because--#1 I had been told Chloe had severe aggression toward small dogs (which wasn't completely accurate-clearly) and #2 Bigg's... Continue Reading →
The man at the end of my road often has baby cows in a small field area by his house. I assume he keeps them there as they are being weaned from their mothers, etc., before they are moved on to larger fields or sold/slaughtered as veal. While I don't like to think of these... Continue Reading →
I am delighted to have a page-long article focusing on my artwork in the Lajes Field's quarterly magazine, Accents. My piece, Terceira July, was also used as the cover image for this summer issue. The article was basically a revised version of the interview the lovely Trishell Bates posted in her blog--with a different title.... Continue Reading →