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A Hopping Good Time

A Hopping Good Time

May 12, 2017 No Comments

We had a great time on Easter Eve bar hopping for a cause with Bunarchy and a bunch of our bunny friends.                    

Welcoming A New Year.

January 2, 2015 No Comments

Happy New Year Everybody! We had a fantastic New Year’s Eve and I hope all of you did as well.  On our New Year’s Eve menu last night was sushi prepared by my talented husband, pork rillettes and country terrine by Cochon Butcher in New Orleans, a number of delicious cheeses, olives and good bread, […]

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New Year, New Workshop

January 9, 2011 No Comments

This past week we started work and have almost completed a new workshop on our property.  It is good sized and will be very useful for numerous large scale projects that we just weren’t finding room for in the studio or our home.  The roof is on, but it still needs roof tiles.  I will […]

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I know what it means to miss New Orleans

December 20, 2010 No Comments

The December trip to New Orleans was a huge success.  I met up with a good friend of mine, with whom I attended graduate school at Tulane.  We walked and talked, drank and ate, reconnecting and revisiting our old haunts. 

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All things French how I love you!

December 7, 2010 No Comments

It seems that so many things touched by the French are wonderful and delicious to me. I am heading to New Orleans this weekend and into next week to reunite with a good friend who studied with me at Tulane.  We will visit all our old haunts and talk endlessly in our old former formerly […]

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Ahh Fall

November 11, 2010 No Comments

It is finally fall in Austin.  The windows are open once again and the air conditioning is off. I am working on three paintings right now, as well as continuing my illustration projects.  One painting is a promotional piece for a band called Hope Waits out of LA. I am also planning a trip to […]

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Oh Sushi!

September 21, 2010 No Comments

We had a weekend filled with not much painting, but socializing and sushi.  Roz made sushi for the first time, and it was delicious.  I have a feeling we may be having more sushi at home than out in the world. I did get some sketching done on some kids book ideas.  I will share […]

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Cool Shirt Man.

September 14, 2010 No Comments

I just finished this piece today.  Titled: Roz on 6th.   An image of my boyfriend Roz on 6th Street in Austin in front of Casino El Camino, where we have several good friends who bar tend.  And they serve up awesome Bloody Marys and delicious blue cheese burgers and wings on Sunday afternoons.  It is […]

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Le Future

September 7, 2010 No Comments

I have the future on my mind a lot lately.  I was in LA last weekend for my Grandmother’s 90th birthday.  Spending that much time in her retirement home and coming to terms with the fact that she is 90 years old, made me think a lot about how fast time goes by.   It could […]

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An Epiphany in the Piazza Navona

August 18, 2010 No Comments

If you haven’t been to Rome on the Epiphany, then you should.  There is an array of beautiful Christmas markets throughout the entire Christmas season, but the big party is six days after the new year on Jan. 6th, the evening of the Epiphany, when it seems like the whole city is out and about, […]

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Come see me Nov. 4th at the Freret Street Art Market

I will be at the Freret Street Art Market for the first time Saturday, November 4th, with plenty of great...

The Pompidou Museum: Great Art and Lots of Fun!

The Centre Pompidou is such a wonderful and fun place. I put off going to this museum for years because...

Musée Rodin, Paris

The Musée Rodin is housed in the Hôtel Biron, a Mansion that was built on the Rue de Varenne...

To Brighten a Rainy Day

Yesterday in New Orleans we had a dark rainy day because bands of Hurrican Harvey were passing over.  It was...

Art Institute of Chicago: Day Two

On day two at the Chicago Art Institute, we went back for seconds of the gorgeous 19th Century art.  We...

Organizing the Studio

Getting the New Orleans studio organized, photographing paintings in high resolution and getting ready to get these pieces out...

Art Institute of Chicago: 19th Century Beauties

On our recent trip to Chicago, we had an amazing time visiting the Art Institute of Chicago.  So much...


We spent a lovely week in Chicago.  The weather was perfect, the clouds were spectacular, the architecture was stunning...

Cotton Candy Skies, Dramatic Oranges and Blues.

You may have already noticed that I love clouds, sunrises, and sunsets.   And Tulum beach did not disappoint....

Next Stop Oktoberfest!

Actually Oktoberfests, would be more accurate.  We are planning to return to Germany this fall, to explore more of...

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