Category Archives: biographical

Dreaming of Spring – an Art Journal

I live in Michigan. I love living here and love experiencing all four seasons. I admit to getting tired of the summer heat by August, and we never have enough spring for my liking and am usually heartily sick of … Continue reading

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The Secret Garden

This autumn, I completed the largest mixed-media piece I had ever worked on. The altered book art group that I belonged to had committed to an exhibition at the local library. We were to choose a favorite book and interpret … Continue reading

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A Summer of Art

 An accordion book made outdoors with lots of spraying. This has really been a miserable, hot summer. I finally had to break down and buy a room air conditioner so I could sleep through the nights. I am so grateful … Continue reading

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Craftroom – Makeover Monday

a replica of my poor old pole lamp. I’m working toward making my sewing room into a mixed media craft room. Last week I made the declaration; this week I’ve begun making some plans. It’s a small, only 12 ½ by … Continue reading

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Coming and Going

A Quick Look at My Year in Crafting and What Lies Ahead Last spring, my Mom asked me, “where are you going with this craft thing that you are doing?” I had just informed her that, despite my lack of money, I had decided to attend … Continue reading

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A Start

I’ve been thinking of starting a new blog to cater to my burgeoning interest in the arts for some time now. I still plan on contributing to my other blog, Through the Looking Glass, since I still have a love … Continue reading

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