Monthly Archives: November 2011
Trying to figure this out. Kindof tricky, as the plastic warps, folds and even burns (oops) when baked, but I’m really enjoying how these turned out! Advertisements
These two, and two more, on their way to the Winter Dreams Art show at the Heart of the Beast Theater. I am flattered to be included!
Looks gross, all those little buggy enzymes brewing away in there. Wish me luck!
On the way to Wisconsin- here we go!
What do you mean- milk comes from cows?! Chelsea milks the machine and I get a fresh cream thickness demonstration at Oliver Farms, a family-run farm providing dairy deliciousness and other goodies. I was fascinated to hear about the health … Continue reading
My dear friends, your generosity and hospitality welcomes me in once again! (Not to mention the delicious food to eat and learn from!) Thank you!!
I was so surprised at the beautiful contemporary pieces at the Flint Institute of Art. Artists I had never seen before: Mary Bauermeister, David Buchanan Parrish, Dennis Oppenheim, William Nichols, Roy Lerner, Robert Motherwell, Carl Gaertner, Alexej von Jawlensky, and … Continue reading
The Library at the Flint Institute of Art completely surprised me and totally blew me away. Right in the middle of the museum, it’s an art book lovers haven. If I lived here I would be in this room often.
A contemporary video and photo show of Detroit images, Diego Rivera’s murals, 2000 year old Greek glass, an entire baroque chapel, Penelope’s tiny marble ear, 14th century armor and the cousin to one of my favorite George Morrison pieces that … Continue reading