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Thomas Blanchard was an online friend. We traded watercolors, pens, and ink, and chatted on two platforms. He knew I wanted this PenBBS and it was no longer available, and was going to sell it to me because that was … Continue reading
Showing my orange pens some love — especially as I added a new pen to the lineup, a bright orange Nemosine — so cheery to use when it is grey skies for a month. Beat the doldrums! Kill winter with … Continue reading
View of the Whatcom Falls, near Bellingham, WA; from an image on Wikipedia. Sketched with a Sailor Fude De Mannen Calligraphy Bamboo Angle 55 Degrees pen with Robert Oster Muddy Swamp ink. The fude nibs have given me nothing but … Continue reading
DRUM-ROLL…. And the TWO winners are: From this blog post pull: atoomre! Our winner on Instagram is stacy.hannon! CONGRATS! EMAILS ARE ON THEIR WAY! BTW, they can be purchased at Wet Paint Art and Hyatt! To hear about classes and … Continue reading
I journal mornings with stream of consciousness exercises, and participate in Linda Hill’s Stream of Consciousness Saturday whenever I have time. I write to a timer, 15-20 minutes, no editing except spelling, and of course I add my art! You … Continue reading
I wanted to be writing a different kind of blog about my artwork “Morning Coffee” today. I sketch about our lives, and especially times with Mitchell and the cats, the best times of the day, cooking, laughing, color, sharing. Mitchell … Continue reading