A short video of Mochi playing with a basketball in the snow outside the studio tonight. I don’t know who is more exhausted after running around in the snow — me or Mochi. We both drank a lot of water after getting back inside:) In case you can’t tell, she’s trying to pop the basketball. … Read More
Candy and I have been corresponding via Twitter and blogs for a while, so I was happy to find her new YouTube channel. This free-motion stitch demo is from her blog showing her cool bedroom display of other botanical sketches. Also check out the abstract 3-D houses here.
Not the kind of place you’d expect to attend a Slam Poetry workshop – a little historic Baptist church with vintage neon sign. But the Missouri Literary Festival hosted many events over three days, in a variety of places, and this little church on the edge of campus was saved by Drury University and renamed … Read More
Two Japanese artists visited the studio during their Springfield trip to perform at the Japanese Fall Festival a couple of weeks ago. Candy Miyuki who has taken an old traditional Japanese art of candy sculpture to a new level. She performs at Disney’s Epcot Center, has been on the Rose O’Donnel show, and makes custom … Read More
Kristin Hare of the St. Louis Beacon tours Quilt National 2009 at the Foundry Art Centre in historic St. Charles. [pro-player]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EyGvbgnAsOE[/pro-player]
When I travel I carry a little Moleskine sketchbook –these are sketches of some Cameroon masks I saw in the Portland Musuem of Art last year. Invariably, mine gets stuffed with scratchy notes, phone numbers, to-do lists…. Not these folk though. These YouTube video tours of artist’s Moleskines is one of the coolest things I’ve … Read More