An old sketch from when I was about 13. I used to do these kinds of things for hours and hours when I was kid. I’d develop lines and squiggles around a word. I found this old one with my name, but I used to put all kinds of words on and go from there. […]
It’s not hard to find inspiration. It’s everywhere!
Ya’ll know by now how much I love creating glass sculptures out of old vases, bowls, and ashtrays. Especially ashtrays. I love that they are heavy and always have a funky design to them, and that I’m using them for something other than holding piles of ash from cigarettes. I love creating glass sculptures so […]
The Girl Scout Oath, written out by me in alphabet letters 45 years ago. I still try and live by that.
I hate wasting paint. Most artists do.
For some, family life means the people they grew up with. For others, it’s people they’ve chosen to surround themselves with, unrelated by blood or name. But these broad definitions only cover the surface. What if a couple doesn’t have kids? What if friends and acquaintances make up a family?
This painting says, “She saw herself as broken. God saw her as beautiful.”
The true test for me of God’s goodness was in how I responded to pain. If I blamed him, that meant he wanted me to go through it all. If I felt it was beyond him, I denied his power.
Hello coloring book fans! My newest book is out!
October 11th is #DayoftheGirl, which is a worldwide movement to bring attention to girls and a reminder for us all on how to treat them better.