Who wouldn’t love their own face mask designed from their own art? With a side of Chardonnay, of course. Here’s BFF and me in masks purchased from simply to impress.com.
I love zinnias! I grow them from spring to fall in my side garden, and they’re so easy. Just strew, rake, water, and wait. I have cut flowers for months. Enjoy several of my pix from when the butterflies were gorging on them!
This isn’t a crapsmanship account today but an appeal. This beautiful woman is the daughter of a dear friend. She has been missing from Vivian, Louisiana since January 21, 2020. The sheriff’s department detectives are investigating and are confident that someone knows her whereabouts. Unfortunately, “being a good person” isn’t enough motivation for someone to share what they know. Consequently, I have started a GoFundMe account that will provide a reward for information that would lead to her whereabouts and/or the arrest of the responsible party.
Please, please, share the link below. Shares and donations are two ways to help this family find their daughter.
Thank you from the bottom of my heart.
I’ve been intently following an artist named Betty Krause. Her work is colorful, abstract, and filled with light and energy. Betty is very generous by sharing process videos and live paint-along sessions. The painting above is one I made last week in one of Betty’s paint-alongs. This is the first time I’ve been moderately successful making my work look Betty-ish. CRAP ALERT: Unfortunately, I’ve played with this first iteration, made it into a pot of flowers, and now it looks more crap-ish than Betty-ish. See Betty’s wonderful work on Facebook and Instagram by searching for Betty Krause Art.
Princess M had her tenth birthday party this weekend, and I knew she was saving up for some big accessory for her American Girl doll collection. So what could be better than money, right? Read the rest of this entry
This project was the epitome of crapsmanship — working, reworking, and reworking until I get something pleasing. My original intent was to do something abstract in black, white and gold. Strangely enough, I started with a baby blue background on an 18X24 canvas. I had read that starting with an unexpected color can add interest. The picture below isn’t my canvas, but it does show you the color I began with.