A rainbow of scarves – Loveland Art Studio Tour

Here’s a sneak peek at the wonderful new scarves I’ve been working on for the Loveland Art Studio Tour and Sale happening this weekend! The opening kickoff is at the Loveland Museum tomorrow… Continue reading

Installation art made of felt…

A few photos from the Alumni Art Show at Wayne State College (this is where I got my start as an artist): This installation is made of 125 felt cones suspended from the… Continue reading

A Ristra!

One thing I love about Nebraska is the fertile soil, especially the soil at my parents’ farm. A dear friend once said that you could just drop some seeds and they would grow… Continue reading

Loveland Reporter Herald article about my weaving!

A little bit of exciting news to share with you…I was in the newspaper! As some of you know, I made a huge weaving as a performance piece at a show in Loveland… Continue reading

September is full of art!

Hello and I am sorry for my absence as of late! It’s been a full and busy month since returning from Ukraine. What have I been up to? Read on to see…and if… Continue reading

Planting flowers

And this is how it begins…

Install show at the Historic Loveland Feed & Grain

Hello! Today I will be installing my piece at the Loveland Feed & Grain for install. The show features 6 Colorado artists and opens Friday, September 14 from 6 – 9 pm with… Continue reading

Happy anniversary Handsome…and I’m not talking to Mr. Kitty

To that very special writer of mine – happy 5 year anniversary! It’s been an adventure-filled 5 years for sure! Here are a few things we’ve done: lived in 3 states (one of… Continue reading

This one’s for my mom…

Okay, I know my mom checks my blog more than she checks her new facebook account, so this one’s for her! (love you mom) Before heading to Ukraine, I was interviewed by the… Continue reading

A lifestyle choice…the adventure continues

The view from our front porch! The writer and I have returned from Ukraine, spent a week in Nebraska digging in the garden, and are now back in Colorado in a tent looking… Continue reading