Posts Tagged ‘open studios’

Come one, come all, to the Cambridge Art Association’s Open Studios Launch Party on Thursday May 12th from 6-8 PM. Free and open to the public. Light refreshments and wine will be served.  Meet many artists from across Cambridge. Hope to see you there and during the actual Open Studios weekend. I’ll be participating at the Riverside Gallery: https://www.facebook.com/events/993823283988487/

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Yes, indeed, it is that time of year once more.  Somerville Open Studios 2015 is taking place May 2 + May 3, with sneak previews on May 1.  I am honored to have this piece appearing in the SOS Volunteer Show held at the Bloc 11 restaurant in Union Square April 8 – May 20.  If you click on the image, you’ll see that it is a photograph of the oak tree that towers over my house.  Really. The view is through the kitchen window after the window’s covering of ice had melted.  I’ve yet to name the image though one friend suggested “attempted evolution,” as if something were trying to become a tree.  I’ve got until April 1 to settle upon a name. I’m open to more suggestions.  Meanwhile, more information about Open Studios events and activities later in the spring. 😉

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It was back in December that I last posted a Words+Images update.  It focused on  end of year inspirations.   Now with spring on the horizon, I thought it time to share new updates.  Let’s see … 😉

Preparing for Somerville Open Studios

Somerville Open Studios 2011 is rapidly approaching and so I am trying to get myself in gear.  I’ve been sorting through images, selecting a set that will be turned into notecards and others that will be matted and framed.  For the first time, I will also have postcards available for sale.  The images will be representative of the changing seasons.  Seasons is the theme of my collaboration with artist Zoe Langosy.

Leading up to show there are many wonderful opportunities to exhibit including the upcoming SOS2010 Volunteer Show.

Sharing Stories

My business cards say “writer/photographer.” A better title would be “storyteller.”  That is what I do whether with words or with images.  With the passing of my Aunt Thelma recently, those fires within have been stoked to listen closely to those around me and to tell their stories well.


Who Killed Cock Robin?

Family Ties

Finding Perspective

There’s all sorts of things I could say about finding perspective this year.  With my camera, at least, let’s just say I found perspective by getting up close and personal with house plants and cut flowers.

One snowy day, I found a lemon …

And when the sun came out, I spied this bird sitting high in a tree.

I think that’s about it.  More to share in the spring … which is only 8 days away!

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