Monthly Archives: June 2012

Setting Up a Still Life: Not as Easy as You Might Think

 Unbelievable how hard it can sometimes be to set up one little still life.  This was at the beach in our hotel room.  I had picked up a handful of some incredibly fragrant white flowers that fell out of the … Continue reading

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Opening Reception at Studio Gallery 234

Studio Gallery 234 is opening their summertime Artist’s Choice Group Exhibition on Saturday July 7th from 3PM-5PM. In the heat of summer it’s always a really fun gathering in the cool of Mary’s beautiful gallery. She always has good wine … Continue reading

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The King of Chickens

My grandchildren have chickens … well, they have 2 chickens and 2 roosters. The roosters crow all day long not just in the morning and are so loud that it’s hard to have a conversation outside sometimes. Don’t get me … Continue reading

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Counter Intuitively Starting a Blog

It would appear that in a world, which increasingly values social media, I am becoming increasingly antisocial or at least socially ambivalent. I am told that this is normal for old people. WTF?! Who’s old?!! Oh my … WTF indeed. … Continue reading

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