Sunday, October 23, 2016

A collection of favorites

 I took a class with Katie PM in Grand Rapids.
We painted canvas than stamped it.
Cut it. Than put is back together in quilt format.
A fun concept. She is a fun teacher.
 Even strawberries turn color in the fall.
Beautiful reds against the rocks.
Sunny days bring out the best in nature.
Blue skies and blue water.
love living today. 

Tuesday, October 18, 2016

Small quilts

I have a whole day to spend in the studio.
A rare event.
I have to admit my muse had left me this year.
I need to fine it again.

 Hopefully it is down in the studio waiting for me

Monday, October 17, 2016

Computers repaired

 Thanks to my son in law and grand son my
computer is cleaned and working again. Just in time to
enter the AQS Daytona show.
Cleared off the viruses and moving fast again.
 I also am going to submit a proposal for a show in
2018 with the theme of wildlife around Cedar Ridge.
Glad to be back posting again.

Have a great week all.

Monday, October 3, 2016


Sorry for the long time not posting.
I had laser cataract surgery.
A month later I finally am getting back to normal.
Wow the clarity of my vision is awesome.
Except for close up. 
will need readers.
 My Wi-Fi was down all of last week.
Plus the glare from the computer bother my eyes.
So I just chilled out for awhile.
Now to get back in the swing of things.
I have a solo show at the Chesterton Art Gallery.
Opening reception is Sunday 2 to 4.
Thursday I deliver all of my current pieces
plus paintings and pottery.
Looking forward to creating with greater clarity.

Sunday, September 11, 2016

Northern Lights.

 The quilt Northern Lights is still a favorite
 September brings yellow flowers and lots of bees
and butterflies. Lately the mornings have been foggy.
The pond is mysterious and moody.
I love the fall.

Saturday, September 3, 2016

Summers end

 Finally some cool weather.
This summer was hot.
I have been busy canning tomatoes.
55 quarts of juice, 10 quarts of stewed tomatoes.
9 pints of summer salsa and 6 pints of stewed tomatoes.
All seedless and salt free.

 Don't you love this sweetie she read 1000 books this summer.
I love her clothes so colorful.
Maybe she will be an artist when she grows up.
The show at the Indiana Museum of Art ends Sunday.
Next the morning quilt will travel to Artist Own
in Lafayette, Indiana for another month.
Next summer probably to the Quilt Museum.
Sorry it has been so far between post.
Taking seeds out of tomatoes is tedious.