Who is watching your front door?

i have an owl, whoooooooom i borrowed from my son. i found this wreath at a thrift store (thrift stores are a fantastic way to make art out of old), a few years ago, for $3. a great find, i cut the pealing red ‘berries’ off-some where showing their white undersides. i decided to make…

what boys say…

always¬†sometimes make me smile. My art class boys arrive at my studio before i do. The boys decide to play basketball while they wait. I park in the garage & go to the front door to let them in, as i do, i notice that i have a WHITE POPPY! “Oh, gosh boys, isn’t it…

The cat desperate for a kiss

i keep candy in a Kettler Woodworks bowl for my art students. Hobbes, my cat, LOVES the wrappers on Hersey’s Kisses. I did throw away all the kisses in the bowl after i took these images. But i let Hobbes take his prized kiss & then watched him bat it around the art studio.

the art critic

This is Hobbes, my cat. He loves to eat, sleep and ART CLASS. Hobbes jumps on the art table while i’m teaching children. He watches, tries to pick up a pencil. He is looking at a baby foot print (4 month old baby) Some girls decided we should make Hobbes. I chose Zen Doodling b/c…

bowl of gold…

yeah, i know, i forgot #3…anyway. lets talk about trash, shall we? I bought the wreath at the thrift store for $2.00. I bought the Chanukah gelt (and candy canes, they pick) for my art students to eat, but i ask they leave their trash with me because…geez, how often do you see GOLD tinfoil?!…