Posts tagged watercolour
Travel to Japan
This is Home

In 2015, I completed and exhibited a series of paintings and interviews that I called  “This is Home.” My interest in home and how we depict home began many years ago with a painting my great-grandmother made of my Grandmother’s childhood home. This painting on ceramic hung on the wall in my Grandparents' dining room and I was always very curious about it.

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Painting at the Bah’ai Temple

My partner Gregg and I love to go for walks together. For as long as we’ve been together, we have found that taking walks around our neighborhood and the surrounding environs is a good way to connect and talk about our lives. We are very lucky that from our current home we can walk to some fantastically wonderful places. We often walk to Lake Michigan, to the nearby Lighthouse Beach or to “the fill” at Northwestern 

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Inspired by a snowy morning

As the year nears an end, I’ve been considering the many things for which I am grateful. Inspiration Corporation is near the top of my list each year. This year was the 10th year that I’ve volunteered Wednesday mornings, serving restaurant-style breakfast to guests affected by homelessness and poverty.

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