Back in August I had the opportunity to attend the MALI Summer Institute, which stands for the Maine Arts Leadership Initiative. Read more to find out what it is and what I got out of it.
Introducing art project boxes created by artist Shawna N.M. Barnes. Find out what exactly they are and her suggested uses for them!
Fireworks can be an interesting topic in the Veteran community. Some really love them and some really hate them. I share my experience and my views in today’s post.
During her constant exploration in her studio practice, Shawna has developed a way to create reusable mold boxes when making silicone molds. Come find out how!
Veterans in Craft Week was the result of a partnership between the Haystack Mountain School of Craft in Deer Isle, Maine, and Frontline Arts based out of New Jersey. It was a week long workshop/retreat for 40+ Veteran artists from across the US. This is just my perspective on this amazing perspective.
Part 3 of my Handicap Accessible Studio blog series. Today’s post is all about “the bigger picture” and how this dream of mine is more than just me wanting a nice art studio. Come see what the bigger picture is and how you can help.
Remember that 5K I was doing last month? My first 5K EVER! I’m finally getting around to writing all about it. I learned a LOT about myself.
Part 2 – designs for my handicap accessible studio. Come see what I envision this space to look like, catch a glimpse of the bigger picture, and find out what I’m doing to make it happen.