Monthly Archives: July 2014


Ginger was our newest addition, born just a week ago.  Sweet and innocent. Sometimes nature deals a harsh blow.  She was taken by coyotes the night before last.  It has  been a sad couple of days for both her mother … Continue reading »

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American Impressionist Show

I received some exciting news last week.  My painting “Woodworker” was juried into the 15th National Exhibition of the American Impressionist Society Show, October 2nd- November 1st 2014, at Abend Gallery in Denver, Colorado.  There were over 1300 artists that … Continue reading »

Goat Prairie

Prairie Flowers 7 1/4″ x 9 3/4″ One of my favorite spots on our farm is a little prairie remnant patch.  It is far too rocky and a little steep for tilling, so has been left alone by all the … Continue reading »

Staying Home

There is a general feeling that to do something exciting or worthwhile or see something beautiful, one must leave home to do it.  After spending so much of my time the past few years away from home, I think our … Continue reading »

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