Veterans in Craft Week at Haystack

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. Read More

Handicap Accessible Studio – The BIGGER Picture – Part 3

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. Read More

My New Lasher ATH and the 5K

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. Read More

Handicap Accessible Studio – Part 2

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. Read More

Stud the Puffin

Stud Puffin Challenge! Find out how my nesting puffin art miniature got its name and the fun challenge you can participate in when you get one of your very own! Read More

Handicap Accessible Studio – Part 1

Getting my handicap accessible studio built is a huge driving force in my art practice at the moment. In this post, I break down WHY it’s so important to me as well as the basic cost breakdown of making it happen. Read More

Paying Yourself a Living Wage as an Artist

Paying yourself a living wage as an artist is almost a taboo topic. I get comments about how unrealistic it is on a regular basis across various social media platforms. Just because you may not have had success with it doesn’t mean others are not…Find out why I know it’s possible. Read More

Does Affiliate Marketing Have a Place in Your Art Business?

Affiliate marketing used to put a really bad taste in my mouth. I definitely didn’t get the warm fuzzies. I thought that it would make me a “sell out” if I ever endorsed another product and pushed my affiliate link… over time, my opinion on this has changed. Find out why. Read More