Celebrated my birthday this weekend and it was so lovely and soul-filling that I had to take a moment to acknowledge it here.
Gift cards are here!
The Little Show is going on right now at the Cedarburg Cultural Center. I went there last week during the opening and was so impressed with each artists interpretation of the requirements: small paintings no bigger than 6×6 inches.
I did my first in-person “Painting the Psalms” class over the weekend and you guys, what a fun time.
So many of you have asked about a live and in-person version of “Painting the Psalms” and guess what? It’s happening!
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Recently I sold an original painting about sisters, and the person that bought it wanted another one, this time with a son and two daughters. I was happy to oblige!
A couple years ago now, my husband and I decided to volunteer. We had always volunteered for things in church or for various causes. We did this here and there, and quickly found that you never regret the time you spend volunteering.
I have been dreaming and thinking about the movie Loving Vincent for a couple weeks now. It is a breathtaking work of art.
I was adopted and grew up an only child. It was a lonely life, not so much because of the only child thing but because of the alcoholic household thing. I always had cousins, and some of them are like sisters to me. And I always had friends, who I loved as sisters also. But […]
October always seems to sneak up on me, just as I’m getting used to the change in temps and the feeling of autumn, here comes October quietly tiptoeing into our lives again, reminding us that the things that are really important are those we do for other people.
There are times when a verse you’ve read many times is, at once, illuminated. Suddenly the words, which have been there in front of you all along are highlighted, causing you to pause and maybe even giving you a shiver about how grand God’s love truly is. That’s what happened a few years ago when […]
Been a busy few weeks here, but I’m getting a moment to catch my breath and get caught up on stuff. Last weekend I was at the Holy Hill Arts and Crafts Fair, an amazing event at their beautiful grounds. This was the second year doing it, and it was HOT. I think it took […]
Every art/craft fair outing is interesting for a variety of reasons. They all seem to have their own unique personality. This weekend I was out at Trimborn Farms, which is a beautiful setting in Greendale.