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 […]
The Parkway has long been the home of the Philadelphia Museum of Art and the Rodin Museum. The relocation of the Barnes from Merion to the Parkway sparked a flurry of […]
Last year, polymer artists Emily Squires Levine and Laura Tabakman spent some late summer days in the Colorado mountains and were so inspired by their walks through groves of aspen trees that […]
Some cool graffiti seen in the streets of Bordeaux, France this summer.
I love going to flea markets to shop for old tools to use for jewelry making. I love unusual hammers most of all. I picked up an old cobbler’s hammer […]