I’ve been swimming in the creative flow most of my 80 years. I am primarily a watercolorist. I love watercolor’s fluidity and its liquid surprises. Before I learned watercolor from Kay Russell, I was a textile artist and a writer. I spun, dyed and wove wool and wrote two books and edited a third. Creativity is essential to my well being and to my spirituality. I become cranky when my creative flow is stagnant.

This year I have been exploring leafless trees and the energy around them and birds. I’m also playing with things I have loved throughout my life by reviving some sewing, making some Paper Doll People, and quote magnets of sayings that tickle or grab me.

Building: 125 - Studio: A

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