Brilliant color, fluid organic forms, and magnificent scale of the work by master glass artist Dale Chihuly is truly mind blowing. An early influence on my koi paintings, a visit to Chihuly Garden and Glass in Seattle was a highlight during a recent trip to the Pacific Northwest. Chihuly pushes the boundaries of an ancient […]
Out this month in Landenberg Life Magazine is my conversation with Richard L. Gaw, staff writer at Chester County Press. Richard is a thoughtful, wonderful writer and accomplished playwright. I always appreciate the opportunity to sit down with Richard and talk about art and life. The article begins on pages 44-45 and continues through page 55.
Next weekend, May 19 and May 20, 2018 is the Chester County Studio and it is a great opportunity to not only see the work that is being created in beautiful Chester County, it is also a way to add to or begin your art collection starting with the County Collector. Each participating artist has […]
After what felt like a long cold winter Friday and Saturday’s warm sunshine felt like such a gift. I took Dini and Maggie back to one of our favorite places for walking, swimming, and inspiration. I also have returned to the easel in preparation for a couple of exciting events; the Art of Caring last […]
Dini and Maggie, especially Dini expect (a.k.a. demand!) a daily walk. And that’s a good thing, because it gets me out, walking, even when it is 20 degrees out and quite frankly, my tropically inclined body- and mind would rather not venture out. And, besides the exercise, fresh air and natural beauty of Chester County, […]
Just back from Miami Art Week. I spent 3 days walking, talking, and Ubering to and fro with my friend, artist Shari Epstein who has done this before (multiple times) and knows the ropes of navigating the the city; which venues to catch, roads to avoid (mega traffic) in a very limited time. We walked, we […]
“The curse of cancer created a strange and strained existence, challenging me to be neither blind to, nor bound by, death’s approach. Even when the cancer was in retreat, it cast long shadows”. Paul Kalanithi, When Breath Becomes Air I can’t remember if I thought about death much before cancer, or maybe, I recognized […]