a little break

I am disappointed that I broke my streak of consistent blog posting 4-5 days per week. However, it was for a very good reason. I had a relative from the family tree track down our branch of the family, and she came from Buenos Aires to visit. She brought a huge poster...

and then it’s swept away

Environmental artists usually have some time to enjoy their creations.  If you consider calling the rock cairns I posted about art, you might enjoy them for weeks. The sand sculptures created by Jim Denevan might only have hours, or minutes. from Sand, by Jim Denevan...

home from st. martin

It wasn’t just a dream, it really was a trip to the islands.  (see the last week’s blog entries)  My sisters and niece and our husbands took a trip to the Caribbean island of St. Martin last week.  It was paradise, from the weather, to the most excellent...

what is revealed

The broken sculptural pieces of Jonathan Prince reveal visual treasures. Disc Fragment 2011, Jonathan Prince The Cynthia-Reeves Gallery in New York is presenting Prince’s work from February 10 – March 30, 2012. His Torn Steel series is the result of...

luscious, tangy, fruity color

They glow, they glisten, you can almost smell the citrus-y fragrance, and they are painted with oil on canvas. Dennis Wojtkiewicz It’s kind of funny, but I love the background painting as much as I love the actual fruit.  The whole thing is a wonderful...

winter glimmer

A couple of days ago I blogged about the Museum of Glass in Tacoma, Washington.  Today we go back there to highlight a current exhibit that puts me in the mood for some winter snow transformation. Glimmering Gone:  Landscape,  Ingalena Klenell and Beth Lipman, photo...