The Power of WordPress

September 3, 2009Blogging, Tech, Writing 5 Comments

Self-imposed WordPress camp, that’s where I’ve been the for the last couple of weeks. It’s not a real camp, but just me with my laptop on the dining room table hooked up to the internet. But I like to use the term to describe the intensity with which I’ve been learning how to better use … Read More

Did I say that? (less is more)

June 11, 2009Exhibitions, Press, Writing 10 Comments

When I first got into some art shows and was asked for an artist statement, I often spent a lot of time at the word processor — refining and tweaking and trying to cram as many power-packed poetic words into the space allowed. Type…..check the word count…..retype……check the word count. Now after a year of … Read More

Muse On-Line Writers Conference

October 13, 2007Writing No Comments

Before I launch in Seattle stuff, I want to tell you about last week’s Muse On-line Writers Conference. It was a free conference that I found through an on-line writers group I recently joined. For a week, people from all over participated in live chats and workshops with publishers, promoters, writers and illustrators, and a … Read More

Lesson from a Writer

August 2, 2007Painting, Writing 6 Comments

Where have you been? you’re probably asking… I don’t know really, just bouncing off the ceiling like a silly thing. Seems lately I’ve either had the opportunity to meet creative people or just take a big bath in the wash of their creations. In the studio, it’s been hot hot HOT, so I have had … Read More

Yoga, the Moon, and the Zone

January 25, 2005Blogging, Writing 1 Comment

This morning the old 1904 part of the house where I normally do yoga was freezing! I guess the radiator heat system is broken. Not being able to do my yoga there, I moved my mat, quilts, and other yoga props into the new part of house. At first I was disgruntled by the uneven … Read More