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I’ve already completed two works on the BP spill, the one above is a mixed-media containing an image of a 1950′s Stepford wife who can’t or won’t understand Billy Nungesser’s … Continue reading
Sarah Edwards, Editor, wrote to let us know that one of my Flickr photos has been short-listed for inclusion in the twelfth edition of the Schmap Baltimore Guide (http://www.schmap.com/baltimore/home/), to … Continue reading
This piece is one of the more personal works I have completed in the last few weeks – and it’s always a risk when you share painful grief in a … Continue reading
I’m counting a lot more than just Natalee and Stephany (or Stephanie depending on the source) as potential victims of JVDS, is there no end to the wake of women … Continue reading
I was simultaneously impressed and repulsed while reading a tepid review of the new book, Denial, by Jessica Stern. Stern’s story, her struggle, and her singular focus, along with highlights … Continue reading
When I realized the other day that I hadn’t cleared out my brush collection in quite a while, I decided to take a look anew at what my paint brushes … Continue reading
Judith Leyster (featured here in self-portrait, 1630, oil on canvas, national gallery of art, washington dc) completed this very confident, in-your-face self-portrait only to have it often confused to be … Continue reading
So I was sharing the other day about my four-year search for a method to organize papers and ephemera for collage work. I had tried everything from scraps in drawers, … Continue reading
Today I attended my first Great American Scrapbook Convention held at the Dulles Expo. Approximately 3/4 of the convention hall was filled with every sticker, paper, embellishment and rubber stamp … Continue reading
I was thrilled to be contacted recently by one of the Judge Coordinators for Nationals Incorporated Pageants (featured on UPN). Although many know how I deeply feel pageants are: … Continue reading
I took a day trip to the Philadelphia Museum of Art to see and hear (audio tour included) the Late Renoir exhibit in the Dorrance Galleries (June 17 – September … Continue reading
The CRTS® (Certified Relocation and Transition Specialist) credential is earned by qualified organizers who specialize in serving senior clients in home relocation, transition, and organization. The designation is managed by a third-party testing organization. Psychometric standards are employed to … Continue reading
Check out the Michael Graves Closet Organization Collection just launched at Target! It’s easy to install, affordable and looks great. This MIX and MAX closet system helps you organize your … Continue reading
As of Monday, June 7, 2010 there are 8,438 opportunities to take part in 644 unique events produced by 285 different organizations in 366 different locations across the Commonwealth. There are 23 days remaining in the Celebration. Singing their … Continue reading
All cell phone numbers are being released to telemarketing companies this month and you will start to receive sales calls. …. YOU WILL BE CHARGED FOR THESE CALLS To prevent … Continue reading
The June chapter meeting of the Washington DC National Association of Professional Organizers was held last night, Monday, June 7, 2010, at the Fairfax Kena Shriners. I attended with NAPO National … Continue reading
It’s a tenant of organization methodology that if you have an unattractive task to do, do it early in the day. “The afternoon knows what the morning doesn’t.” goes the … Continue reading
I saw an art journal page recently that captured the feeling of snow and I wanted to play with that as well as to try a cross-hatching watercolor technique in … Continue reading
Here are my three entries for this month’s artdc.org‘s sketchbook exchange. The exchange is being organized and managed by Stephen Loya and now has a half-dozen or so participants. Summer … Continue reading
Here are some clips from today’s art parade.
Here are some photographs from my excursion out to Frederick Maryland’s Emporium Antiques & Consignments. One of a kind pieces at one of a kind prices. Click on the image … Continue reading
Here are some highlights from my Memorial Day weekend trip to Frederick, Maryland’s Old Glory Antiques.