Month: August 2011

  • Waiting for that woman

    He’s waited for what seems like his whole life for her. He just knows if they were together, it would be magic, paradise. They would sing, dance, have beautiful children, they’d own a beautiful car and a big house. But she’s not ready to settle down with him. So he just keeps waiting.

  • The Lady in Green

    Those of you that have been following my paintings will recognize this lady. I have painted her face several times, attempting to capture the emotions that she displayed at a party almost 100 years ago. She didn’t fit in with the rest of the crowd, sitting apart from the rest of them, and looking away […]

  • Downtown Renton Art and Antique Walk

    Downtown Renton Art and Antique Walk 808 3rd Ave Saturday, August 20th, 2011 11:00am – 6:00pm Once again I will be displaying and hopefully selling art at the Downtown Renton Art and Antique Walk. I will be in front of Rubattino’s cafe (at 808 3rd Avenue) ready to paint your portrait! Discover what all the […]

  • Barbie – 1995-2011

    When my sons were still in their teens and living at home, we decided the house needed a kitten. We started looking for one, and one day my mother called me, she had found an ideal kitten, tiny, friendly, a little silver tabby. We brought her home and we named her Barbie-Q. That name was […]

  • Boise, Idaho – a jaunt to the hot dry side

    I flew to Boise on Saturday to visit some family; and while I was there I had a little time to work in my journal. While sitting with my dear husband in Starbucks, I sketched him writing about the frustration of his niece having cancer — “Life isn’t fair” At the niece’s house, the only […]