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A prayer for the Feminine, above, from ancient symbols. It is easy to point fingers at the other guys, especially when their hatred fills the airwaves. My encounter yesterday with a female peace activist out of the box immediately, screaming … Continue reading
Our tree is eclectic, having a history of Jewish Buddhist Catholic Vedic ornaments, and a serious Santa Claus ornament collection. This year we are opting for restive… Family out of town, we are frankly exhausted, and so, ordered in, a … Continue reading
An unexpected bit of joy on a tough day. 99% ink, and done in about five minutes (but ink dried between splashes while I was packing for a business trip.) Roy DeLeon posted this little challenge on FB: 1. Copy … Continue reading
Pentalic replaced this falling apart journal, and I am trying to get through it because it continues to break open at new places. I want the new year to be free of breaking journals! Middle of the night QUICK sketches… … Continue reading
Why do I associate flamingos with home? NO flamingos in Laguna Beach nor Lalaland, though there is a healthy respect for trailer kitsch. Today I am filled with gratitude for my art friends, especially my favoritest aussie gurl! I have … Continue reading
I wanted to do some transparent lantern-thangies in the middle of the night. I saw them as transparent. I SHOULDA gotten up and found some of my inks but I was lazy. Watercolors just don’t have that same transparency. It … Continue reading