You might have wondered, did I fall off the face of the earth? Hence NOctober posts. After taking first prize at Metro Galleries in Bakersfield in September at Latination II ...October was there, waiting for me...telling me to prepare for the Hwy 62 Art Tours, firing the kiln when ever possible and creating thirteen new … Continue reading NoVeMß€® is already here.
Latest pictures from the desert, including the wØnder valley disposal dump site, lizards, birds and floWers... Welcome to the Mojave desert. To see all the pictures just click HERE.
Please join us for an inspirational weekend on April 3rd and 4th at the Tile House in wOnder valley, California just 2.5 hours from Los Angeles, Vegas or San Diego. Perry Hoffman will be giving a mosaic workshop, starting the morning right with Felicia Tomasko teaching yoga classes and serving us Ayruvedic meals. Two nights … Continue reading mOsaic workshop in wOnder valley
The first SEVENTEEN days of 2010 were spent in the desert, in wOnder valley smashing & breaking tiles and continuing work on the living room at the eL paseo residence. Lenore came out for a few days to help and earned the title of Butter Queen as she steadƒastly applied the mastic to the tiles … Continue reading 2010… a new yea®
A new workshop and a new look at RAVEN moSai©s Please click it and SEE more about a ßeaµtiƒul get-a-way to wOnder valley for yOga, mOsai©s and gOOd ƒood. Speaking of ƒood there has been a lot on my plate... HWY 62 Art Tours and new mosai©S, nEw pOst©ards, new photographs, new ceramics... and I … Continue reading New mØsAi© workshop in the high desert… a®t, ßeauty, yOga..
First of all a huge THANK YOU to Diana from Native Tile for gifting me so many tiles... it's an unfathomable gift to a mosaic artist. I have shared with my students and a few friends but will use the rest to finish my desert house and the beach/oak house as well. Thank you to … Continue reading Workshop and new mosaic tile work
SO, is blogging a thing of the past? I'm not sure as facebook has absorbed the better half of my time. I realized I hadn't written anything here in quite sometime and perhaps many of my readers have lost interest... I do not know. What I do see is a social revolution taking place via … Continue reading The ancient ways of blogging