Monthly Archives: January 2011

Words, Winter, Women and Whine

I’ve been reading  some other Women artists’ blogs and getting ideas for art and writing.  There were a few I found that were focusing on their “word” for the year; Susan Martin and Lisa Call. I recently discovered the word … Continue reading

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Sculpting my way through winter.

January presents it’s challenges. Living in the North the grayness of winter can take it’s toll on creativity. My mind frequently wanders to far away tropical places, or simply takes refuge in warm memories of summers past. It’s hard to stay … Continue reading

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So this is 2011?

What I’ve noticed about myself in this new century of being “internetted”, I’ve forgotten how to unplug and be alone in my thoughts.   I’ve become overwhelmed with all the social media.  I’m not even sure anymore how many versions … Continue reading

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Post A Week Challenge for 2011

“And now let us welcome the New Year.  Full of things that have never been.” Rainer Maria Rilke I’ve decided to sign up for the WordPress Post a week challenge.  Those of you who have been following my posts are … Continue reading

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Goals for the New Year?

What are your goals for the new year? I ended up not writing a Christmas letter this year. It wasn’t a purposeful decision. It just didn’t happen. In fact I still have a stack of Christmas cards, addressed, with stamps, … Continue reading

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