Visual Bon-Bon

Getting close to finishing an Idea which hatched during my residency at Blue Mountain Center, and that is a box of visual bon-bons.  In actuality they are geometric puzzles to which I added photographs, prints and drawings.  You can find these puzzles on the internet by searching for “flexagons”. One fairly simple puzzle with an… Continue reading Visual Bon-Bon

Paul Farinacci, artist of social commentary

It has been a while since Oola and I traveled on any “plane”.  That foolishness dealt with, I would like you to meet — if you haven’t already — one of my fellow travelers at Blue Mountain Center. Paul Farinacci is an artist with whom I spent a few whiles in pleasant discussion of the… Continue reading Paul Farinacci, artist of social commentary

Work at Blue Mountain Center

Today was the day.  When I came to Blue Mountain Center three weeks ago,  I thought I would like to try to create two books, one that pays homage to the water here, and one that pays homage to the land.  The water book has been finished for a while, but rain has kept me… Continue reading Work at Blue Mountain Center

Going to Blue Mountain

If anything could teach one the cost of attachment to worldly goods, a backpack containing a 17” laptop, 2 professional cameras, plus all necessary peripherals will do it…or at least it will slow you down. On the other hand, an artist needs her tools.  Did Georgia have to pack her stuff around?  Then again, I’m… Continue reading Going to Blue Mountain