Marilyn Neuhart 1930 – 2017

As I entered the Girard wing at the Museum of International Folk Art here in Santa Fe, I stopped abruptly and had to catch my breath, stunned at how much it “felt” and resembled the interior of the Neuhart house in Hermosa Beach, CA. It comes of no surprise of course, given that Alexander Girard… Continue reading Marilyn Neuhart 1930 – 2017

New Year, New Moon, New Opportunities

Santa Fe often feels like a place that exists out of time with a very vibrant conscious community. As mentioned previously, I pay attention to patterns, one of the names that keeps being shared with me is Sandra Ingerman. This evening I took a moment to explore her world and came across the Transmutation News… Continue reading New Year, New Moon, New Opportunities

Wednesday Muse: Mira Calligraphiae Monumenta

Todays muse is the absolutely stunning Mira Calligraphiae Monumenta, a glorious example of how exquisite type & image can dance together. Even more impressive is that the two parts were created approximately thirty years apart! The gem of a book was begun in 1561 under rule of Holy Roman Emperor Ferdinand I king of Bohemia,… Continue reading Wednesday Muse: Mira Calligraphiae Monumenta

I heart you

Happy Valentines Day everyone! Intending you are all practicing random acts of love today, most especially on your self. Self love, in my opinion is the key to happiness and attracting more love into your sphere. “Make the most of yourself, for that is all there is of you.”~Ralph Waldo Emerson I’ve written quite a… Continue reading I heart you

Quercus Press

I’m a geek, if you haven’t noticed. Ben just sent me over this video on Vimeo of a dude out east who reproduced a Websters dictionary from 1898. As a letterpress printer, bookbinder and lover of dingbats I just think this is one of the coolest things in the world….and the name of his press… Continue reading Quercus Press

InSpire

Greg made hair appointments for the both of us on Saturday, thus reluctantly I left the studio with no clue how much fun the day would hold. Our adventure began with breakfast at a little French cafe in Venice with Greg’s art buddy Jeremy who brought along David, another English artist. As we sat sipping… Continue reading InSpire