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This year I participated in the Sketchbook Project out of Brooklyn. The idea of being part of hundreds of artists and writers creating books on the topic of Fear or Hope at this time in our country’s history was a … Continue reading
My journal of Boy and Gurl will be told in the Hahnemühle Watercolour Book, my spring gift to me! I wish I’d done this for all my kitties… but back then it was architectural drawings or big acrylic paintings. I LOVE … Continue reading
DRAW something that makes me laugh… Mostly it is a turn of phrase, a silly song Mitchell makes up, or a few completely hysterical movies. Calvin and Hobbs (copyrighted). So I listed the things that make me laugh, and spritzed … Continue reading
Mitchell and I collected them before I knew how much fun they are to sketch. We like big cups, and they have to feel good in the hand. They have to be colorful or hand-painted. There has to be one … Continue reading
I went for something a bit more meaningful to me than my feet. WAIT… oops, my feet are meaningful to me! Where would I be without them? “Feet, what do I need you for when I have wings to fly?” … Continue reading
i cannot believe i am so swamped at work that i posted two of these before. *sigh* losing it… edited It is not fancy, not pretty, and not expensive. It has many annoying design qualities. But in the end, the … Continue reading