Category Archives: Women

More About the Andersonville Galleria

Getting back to the post previous to the last one, it is time to share more of my hanging process. Now that the wall was painted (in my subtle green), I took a close look at the wall regarding traffic … Continue reading

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Bringing You Up to Speed

Due to a slow internet connection, I now post ZaOD, Feb. 14, 2014  

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Mail Art entry 11!

Inspiration once again came from the stamp and wanting to play with black and white gouache .  For this piece, I began with a piece of cardboard from a sheet set that had printing on one side and blank white … Continue reading

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Recipes for Legacies Now at Bay College West!

It is so much fun having this installation at Bay West. The ventilation system is blowing varying currents of air on each of the spheres, making each rotate at different speeds. Thank you to Russell for his ladder climbing and … Continue reading

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Recipes for Legacies at the Dickinson County Library!

Hello all! I’m very excited to let you know that the installation Catherine and I made for ArtPrize 2012 is on display at the Dickinson County Library in Iron Mountain. Thanks to Vicki the librarian, viewers can pick up a … Continue reading

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Music, Gold, Finery and Queens

As the weather gets cooler, I find my body wants to stay inside to work, while my mind continues to think of all the many things to work on in our new garden/yard/park area.  It’s been a very full summer … Continue reading

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