Do you ever wish you could take a year to just create for the sake of creating? Possibly travel and take some art classes or seminars? This year in 2023, I am taking a Sabbatical. I have never done this. I will still blog and take photos of my work and inspiration. In other words… Continue reading Welcome to 2023
Arttown is upon us.
Just an update. The Sierra Arts Open Studios show is this weekend. I will be at the Newly (almost done) Reno Public Market. Our Brouchure says we are at 299 E. Plumb Lane but our store entrance is on Casazza St. Look for the Yellow banner signs. Happy Summer Patrons, I wanted to give you… Continue reading Arttown is upon us.
Art in the Home
Happy New Year! My hope that 2022 is great. Many of you know I purchased a new long arm quilting machine. I am thrilled with this purchase. It allows me to quilt a bit faster as well protect my wrists and shoulders. Currently, I am not in any art shows. However, I am working on… Continue reading Art in the Home
Reno Open Studio Holiday Pop-up Show. The event will have 18 artists all at one location. If you are looking for local handmade art and gifts for the holidays look no further.November 12th-14th 10am- 5pm.This show will be held at the Summit Mall at suite #212 where the old Dress Barn is and close to… Continue reading Upcoming Shows
Latest Textile Art News
Hi Everyone,I recently changed websites companies. As a result, many of you ( my subscribers) didn’t get my last two blogs. I have linked them here and here if you are interested. Last week, my art reception with Kathryn Dudley, Nancy Ryan and, Denise Omaya Miller took place at the Sierra Arts Foundation. It was… Continue reading Latest Textile Art News
Happy Almost Fall
The smoke from these horrible fires is waning. And our last days of Summer are dwindling into Autumn. It is always a bitter-sweet time for me because I love Summer. I love moving into Fall and the colors of the season. I love taking hikes and taking photos of the trees. And making Pumpkin Coffee… Continue reading Happy Almost Fall
One of the best things about living in Nevada is the Skies and cloud formations. I once heard that in Reno we have 99 out of 100 different possible cloud formations.