a museum in his pocket…

The title of this post was a story told to me by my father. Louis Rosenthal was walking around downtown Baltimore with his young son. A man stopped to greet Louis & said to Louis’s son, “Your father walks around with a museum in his pocket” I love that my own son has a drive…

rock, paper, scissors & glass

her media choices are ever changing, her style changes as does the seasons. My mother finds an art form & takes it every direction she cares to, until she stumbles onto another. Her studio table, today, is covered in glass- bright, colorful & sharp. All waiting to be assembled. On her shelves, sit her origami…

tin foil art project

make aliens out of molded tin foil, wrap up in tape, prime & paint your beast. it took two hours for me to make him. tons of fun & cheap & easy!!!!

my art studio in action

Soon…i have to wait just a little while longer for children to come & make magic happen.  make art.  fill the studio with their work.  best of all…bring me laughter.

and all I had was my iPhone

I, being the perfect daughter (dripping sarcasm, i write), visited with my mother (i am blessed) on Mother’s day. No camera, only iPhone (Ggrrr). I should know by now that I should never go home…(oops) to my parent’s house, without my (damn) camera. My mom made this piece of art (that I left behind 😦…

Wired globe eclipse

amazing piece of art for anyone! Found at Yucatan Trading Co.  When I found it out back, it was half in the sun & half in the shade!