I needed cinnamon. My favorite spice store, The Spice Corner, had closed. I didn’t feel like running up to Reading Terminal and pre packaged spices from the grocery store […]
Rembrandt bought a house on Jodenbreestraat in Amsterdam in 1639 and lived there until he went bankrupt in 1656 and lost everything. There is a debate over whether Rembrandt’s lavish taste caused […]
This is where I’ll be this Saturday. Come on over, make a bracelet or buy a gift from one of the vendors, and support this wonderful community art center.
What else could provide a better example of the bounty and abundance that we should all be so thankful for this Thanksgiving and every other day of the year? Reading […]
Two photos taken on the streets of London this week seem to provide timely advice given recent events.
Boris was not the inspiration for this figurine although I have been taking a figure drawing class and drawing Boris for practice. No, he does not pose for me. What […]
My next stop on the POST tour was studio 409 in the Crane Arts Building to see the the highly textured and dimensional work of E.C. Bradley who works in plaster, […]
Last weekend was the East-of-Broad-Street portion of the Philadelphia Open Studio Tours or POST for short. It’s lots of fun to visit artists’ studios, have a look around, and […]
It’s not like I don’t already have enough beads, but having access to a pottery studio, glazes and a bead tree has made new beads magically appear in my workshop. […]
I volunteered to help in the ColorWheels mobile community art program run by the Fleisher Art Memorial and participated in my first program on Saturday outside the Donatucci branch of […]