My Trip to Boston…

Had a great time in Boston last week! I had a really difficult time getting on the web with my iPad so I didn’t blog. I’d really like to go back, there is too much to see in just one trip. I went with my sister. She really did all of the work to set
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Boston On My Mind!

Boston On My Mind This has been an extra long week. The same 7 days, but oooh so long! I’ve been preparing to leave for Boston Saturday morning on a much needed and deserved vacation. It will be extra fun because I will be traveling with my sister Michele. I can count Boston as one
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Something Old, Something New…

It’s been a busy summer. It’s starting to feel a little chillier in the mornings and the sun sleeps in (much like me) a little bit longer. This summer has been full of changes. My son is in college and doing his own thing. My husband changed to a different and more relaxing job. I
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The Art of Becoming…Myself

As an artist my muse comes from my own experiences. I use art as therapy and it’s worked very well for me. In fact I don’t know what I would have done without it. That is the one thing that I have always felt good about in my life and it has gotten me through
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Sneak Preview, Shhhhhh

Watch a SNEAK PREVIEW of my upcoming exhibit at the Mitchell County Historical Society Museum in Osage, IA starting this Sunday July 28 at 1:00pm. Video by Jon Sparrow of Osage. ENJOY!

3rd color printed and hung to dry.

A Beautiful Crop of….Rocks (The Inside Story)

  One of my most vivid, but not fondest, memories of growing up on the farm was picking rock out in the field. Does anyone do that anymore? I suppose there is a machine now for that. Technology has come a really long way in the last 30 years! For all of you city dwellers
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A Beautiful Crop of….Rocks

Iowa Rocks If you follow me on Facebook you might know that I was demonstrating linocut printmaking on the porch of Outside the Lines Art Gallery in Dubuque, IA. This is the image that I started to work on. I was able to do a little more over the long weekend. My plan is to
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If you follow my work you know that I often use crows in my artwork, either as the subject or added for symbolic purposes. I’m asked “why crows”? There is something so “human” and unique about the behavior of crows. This also starts some fascinating conversations! It’s been surprising to me just how many people
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Iowa Fields

As most people know the weather in Iowa changes constantly! This spring it’s been anywhere from 100˚ to having snow on the ground. That’s just been during the month of May! Mother Nature is having some MAJOR mood swings! I always have little bits and pieces of linoleum and paper put away from larger projects.
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Memory of Water

Memory of Water Finished!

Here’s the finished piece!

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