Fireworks as an Emotional Trigger

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. Read More

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

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

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