Monthly Archives: September 2012

“A Rose By Any Other Name….”

Shakespeare may or may not have been right when he poetically answered the question “What’s in a name?”  But it’s a question worthy of consideration as the time comes once again to take stock of efforts after months of endeavor. There … Continue reading

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Row, Row, Row Your Boat…..

As most of you know my drive to scribble on walls, sidewalks and coloring books was undeniable from an early age.  For Sheila Martin, it was the making of mud pies that propelled her into creative life.  Some of us … Continue reading

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“I would rather die of passion than of boredom.” Vincent Van Gogh

Olive Trees with Alpilles 1889 Looking at the California Impressionists painting yesterday at The Portland Art Museum with Angelina and her daughter Sarah was a real treat. It’s something I wish I had made time for  sooner so I could … Continue reading

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