Ann Arbor Women Artists has three juried art exhibits each year, and this summer’s exhibit is at Riverside Art Gallery in Ypsilanti from July 10th to August 2nd. Gallery hours… Read more AAWA 2014 Summer Juried Art Exhibit →
Wow! I just finished a four day Watercolor & Mixed Media Workshop sponsored by the Chelsea Center for the Arts with artist and instructor Helga Flower. What a wonderful experience… Read more Helga Flower Watercolor & Mixed Media Workshop →
A new AAWA artist exhibit went up at Esquire Interiors on June 3rd and will remain up through August 28. The exhibit features the following artist painters: Susan Clinthorne, Sandra… Read more AAWA Art Exhibit – Esquire Interiors →
Taking a 6-week drawing class with Tina Hotchkiss, instructor at the Ypsi Community Recreation Center. Since drawing is the foundation to a good painting, it is essential to practice the basics. Tina has a good eye for seeing just what you need to work on, as well as your strengths. It’s good to be back in one of her classes again, out of my own studio, and be with other artists in a supportive environment.
I’m getting close to publishing my new website. I’ve gone back over some of the WordPress themes and done some tweeking. I’ve gone over some notes and videos from Dee’s WordPress class, which helped me to get over some hurdles. I think I’m ready to go. This next step is kind of intimidating for me. I have to map my existing domain to my new site. What the heck does that mean? Ok, calm down. It’s just a matter of a few steps. I’ve got the instructions, now I just… Read more New Website – Almost Ready to Publish →
I’m excited to say that I’ve joined Artistica Gallery in Dexter, MI as a visiting artist. I am showing several original watercolor paintings, as well as framed and matted fine art prints.… Read more Visiting Artist – Artistica Gallery and Gift Shop →
I’m very proud to be one of the Michigan artisans exhibiting my work at The Eyrie located in historic Depot Town in Ypsilanti, MI. There you will find some of… Read more The Eyrie Gallery and Gift Shop →
I’m taking a WordPress class with instructor and artist Dee Overly at Washtenaw Community College. I’ve taken other classes with Dee, and she has a very “user friendly” teaching style, complete with lots of resources to reinforce your learning. Previously, I learned a lot from her about getting digital images internet ready, and creating an artist website. Now I’m taking another step by converting my website and blog to WordPress. I’m looking forward to learning about and using this exciting software.