The Older I Get, the More Colorful I Become

I made a dermatologist appointment the other day to figure out what the heck was going on with my fingers. The doctor-who-looks-like-he-is-18, told me “Oh, that’s just a sign of aging”. Add it to a lengthening list. My fingernails are torn and peeling; my knuckles are thickening, age spots play tag on the back of Read more about The Older I Get, the More Colorful I Become[…]

Solo Exhibition at Morso – in the Gallery

What a beautiful day in Gig Harbor! Sun shining, Mount Rainier peeking from under a cloud, the harbor full of fishing boats and sailboats and alive with seagulls. Boy this town lives deep in my soul! My paintings are now at Morso Wine Bar and I love that the owner, Steve, was very mindful of Read more about Solo Exhibition at Morso – in the Gallery[…]

Choosing a Narrative of Kindness

The good news is that we get to write the story of our lives every single day. We get to choose what we let in and how we react. We get to choose kindness and common courtesy over rudeness and insensitivity.

Solo Show at Morso Wine Bar in Gig Harbor

I’m looking forward to seeing old and new friends at the Morso Wine Bar in Gig Harbor on January 18 (6:00-8:00) for the opening of my show: It’s A Colorful Life. I hope you can make it and bring your friends too – how fun to mix art and wine! Here is my latest in Read more about Solo Show at Morso Wine Bar in Gig Harbor[…]

Turning Off the News

I have a unique self-care New Years resolution to share with you… I’m turning off the news. Over the last few months I’ve been precariously perched on the edge of depression, my moods swinging on a daily basis. After a particularly low point in December my hubby pointed out that my mood in the early Read more about Turning Off the News[…]