On Tuesday, I forced myself to take a critical look at my wardrobe… and weed out anything in my closet that I haven’t worn in the last twelve months. Barring …
Sometimes life throws an unexpected gut-wrenching twist into your predictable routine, and like the first ice-cold blast of water shooting from the shower faucet – in that instant when your …
2011 will be an exciting time spent experimenting with wood and cloth. Joe has been talking for months about purchasing a sewing machine for me – as a BIRTHDAY present, no less! – which means I’ll be cursing and stitching my fingers to assorted fabrics in an effort to create some stuffed animals for my shop. ;)
Following artist Jessica Doyle on Facebook, Twitter, Etsy, Wordpress, Buzz, and Flickr… eh, does that sound stalkerish? …over the last year and a half has been really meaningful for me, because she is full of insight and wisdom. And she doesn’t mind sharing it with us.
Whenever I pick up a scrap of paper, or study the faces in a photograph, my life becomes intertwined with theirs… perhaps in a minor insignificant way, perhaps in a more substantial way. If I reach out with my energy, I might as well be touching their hand.
Lydia once asked why the Easter bunny didn’t visit our house, after discovering Mom’s stash of candy for last minute basket stuffing… I informed her that Peter
Cottontail was afraid of our cats, who always attempted to eat him whenever he appeared. He quit coming to our house awhile ago, but I didn’t want to disappoint her on Easter morning, so I created my own baskets in hopes that she wouldn’t notice his absence. :P
I, on the other hand, was poorly acting in school plays, deciding whether to move to Minnesota, attend a performing-arts school, or get a job and my own apartment. I chose the job – to gain independence, entered into the world of retail, and have struggled to find my soul again for the last 10 years.
Lily is spending most of her time keeping him company, since he is locked inside a cage now (to keep from injuring himself further). She posted a few notes on …
I’ve had two or three cheesy blog ideas floating around in my head, and until one hour ago I was planning to poke innocent fun at IvyLaneDesigns’ recycled grocery box …
My childhood was populated by a race of imaginary, winged cats that rivaled horses in their size. One gigantic white cat in particular, Cottonpuff, accompanied me on my various adventures, …
I stopped into Howard's Art and Frames yesterday to sign up for the "Art For the Animals" charity auction, to benefit Guiding Eyes.
This is their 11th year hosting the fundraiser, and will be my sixth year participating! I will be painting cats as characters from Shakespeare this year, in honor of the 400th anniversary of his death. <3 =^,,^=
Good morning! Just a reminder, there is one day left to bid on these beautiful paintings in The Rabbit Hole Artist Collective's July auction. It ends tomorrow afternoon, at 2PM EST.
My "Bastet" is still waiting for an opening bid! After the auction, she will be listed in my Etsy shop at full price. ;)
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A rough sketch for my next cat portrait. Can you guess which book this is? ;) http://ift.tt/2a0xFrj
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