Month: June 2016
The woman cave
So, I’m not easily impressed. But when my friend posted a photo of this wonderful little cabin of hers in the woods, I just had to paint it. Surrounded by woods and flowers, this cabin glows like a jewel in the broken sunshine. I hope I did it justice!
The Graduation of Doctor Boothby
It was a lot of fun to attend the graduation ceremony at Simon Fraser University in Burnaby, Canada. A very close family member graduated with a PhD in Mathematics, the first PhD in my family. So many deceased relatives had to have been there, thrilled and cheering to see this happening. Since it was in […]
Postcards with indeterminate borders
I am exploring space. Where does it start, where does it end? I am mailing two lucky people postcards today. More to follow