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Santa Smiles in January

I think I just love Christmas. My tree is still up, and I’m seeing Santa’s in the shadows of my husband’s art.

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Creative Christmas Gifts

Last year Zeb and Bri gave us all popcorn. They sent it in metal containers and divided the flavors with cardboard. I took pics of the creative lids. The one in the image was for Hudi and Mollie. Ours is next to it and missed the photo op 🙂 But it’s equally awesome. Technically this […]

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Art Tools

My drawing hobby continues 🙂 I’m finding it very relaxing to wind up a work day with a short tutorial by Paul Priestly, but I was getting a little frustrated because my drawings really lacked the look I was trying to achieve. As I wrote last month, I’m no expert and don’t plan to be. […]

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Living With an Artistic Husband

The man creates art everywhere, and I love it 🙂 This is what he came up with when we left him alone for a short time in Moab last summer: To see more of his work, check out his site on https://christopherpollockart.com/

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Highlighted Blog #12 – Christopher Pollock Art

Okay, so this one is super slanted since the author hasn’t updated in absolutely forever. But I can’t help but love it since it’s my husband’s site, and I have an inside scoop into posts that might be showing up eventually 😉 This one has some color. So far there has been only one of […]

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Perception

When visiting museums, I appreciate the art. This is true. But even more so I appreciate the creativity spawned by the living art around me. On a visit to The Clark  I looked at the works of some of the old masters, and I totally appreciated the talent while I was there. Then I moved […]

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Artists at Work

As we traipsed through MASS MoCA, we found ourselves in the children’s area. It was delightful. There was an art bar where kids could go to get lunchboxes filled with art supplies. They took them to a table and began creating. As I watched a man and girl twisting pipe cleaners together, I was reminded […]

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Christmas Traditions

We have no kids home for Christmas this year. Not a one. It’s the first year that has happened to us, but it’s okay. We had warning, and celebrated on the Saturday after Thanksgiving instead (Santa owed me some favors so we had official approval on the switch). That way, we were able to embrace […]