I have a short post this week because I traveled with family for college tours. It's hard to believe we are quickly approaching my son's senior year. Since his top choice is in Statesboro, I suggested we take an additional day to drive into Savannah. I'm partial to the city because of my SCAD days, … Continue reading Summer 2021 Savannah Trip
Hello friends. I hope the weather has been as lovely where you live as it has been here in the Georgia Piedmont. May was a busy month for me, both in the studio and the garden. I made tremendous progress on personal projects, put the finishing touches on my Patreon Profile and participated in two … Continue reading June Newsletter 2021
Do you struggle with some of these issues in your own creative practice? If so, how are you managing them or overcoming obstacles to improve your creativity?
...a photo gallery of spring flowers and some of my recent projects...
It's difficult to express how humbling and gratifying to know that a piece of art you created has moved another person so deeply. I have learned so much from this gentleman in our correspondence and partnering for several pieces of artwork over the last few years.
My question today is ‘how do you deal with people copying your work?’
If you are an artist/creative, do you have any goals for your practice? I would love to hear what you are working on creatively.
Returning to the Garden Photo One: LavenderPhoto Two: HoneysucklePhoto Three: Iris Over the last few weeks, I have established a daily gardening routine because I have been distracted by current events. It consists primarily of going outside to work on a myriad of existing garden chores and long-neglected projects in whatever order strikes me as … Continue reading At the Byrdhouse: Saturday, April 18th
How are all of you doing out there? I haven't posted anything in a long time, because I don't feel very inspired right now. I don't want to make this post about the virus, or the resulting lockdowns. It all seems very surreal and overwhelming. The result for me has been a complete lack of … Continue reading Update from the Studio
... A pair of red house finches started building a nest outside the kitchen window last week ...