I’m celebrating my 50th birthday focusing on a few of my favorite things – care to help me contribute to some great causes this year?
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The Dallas Public Library was one of the most enlightening escapes to be had during a business trip. Where else can you find a copy of the Declaration of Independence, Shakespeare’s portfolios and a floor dedicated to nothing but music? … Continue reading
The countdown begins until the ascent again. An enjoyable moment was attending the Art & Science Art Walk in the Mundie Courtyard of the Fred Hutch Campus. A delightful discovery was that the thirty pieces of art from fifteen labs … Continue reading
Going to try something new this month – “Minute on the Map.” While I’ve never bothered to complete the papers needed to renew my passport, I still love the idea of traveling – preferably by train, second by plane, but … Continue reading
New year, new follies. A page out of one of the soon-to-be submitted Sketchbook Project books. Theme: Wanderer. Title: Trails in Winter and Other Seasons. Now to see if this (and the other items) will be sent before the final date.
We are all part of a mosaic Often fitting perfectly with those around us Relying on faith, skills and contributions Leading, learning, leaning Days are made brighter by human kindness.
Etchings First scratch, second scratch, third line leaves its mark Whistler’s needle against the copper brings a surface of the park Closer lines, darkness refined The rubbings leave their shine. Whittle away, bit by bit, what emerges is the city … Continue reading
Bound The last thing I need would be more books. As if that would stop me (stop with the looks). Went to the Con this weekend, bought only ‘a few’ Well, more than the so-called limit of ‘only two.’ I … Continue reading
Artwork at the Dallas Convention Center DART Station:
Some pieces of art are wonderfully colorful, with glittering lines and designs open to interpretation.
A photo from an earlier visit to the Seattle Art Museum: Forget about the bedbugs or boogie man – this is enough to keep one up all night…