There are several layers to the topic of inspiration. As the child of artists I’ve found it readily available but being inspired and knowing what to do with inspiration are […]
I'm a writer and artist with an avid interest in imaginative worlds that explore the beautiful and wonderous alongside the tragic, dark and sorrowful.
I’m very excited to share my new series of paintings titled “Grasslands Ghosts” inspired by the urban nature of Jacksonville.
In Cold Blood by Truman Capote My rating: 2 of 5 stars I never mind a boring nonfiction book if the information the author is writing about is compelling and represents the information that is available and verifiable as at least a written record of a perspective of the truth […]
Freshly finished BuJo page days before Santa brought me my Christmas coal cold.I wanted to write a follow up to my post about New Years goals/resolutions but as it would […]
Hoping everyone had a happy holiday season (assuming you celebrate any November/December holidays). I’d spotted these survey results about states with most/least holiday spirit and happen to be from one […]
The Orchid Girls by Lesley Sanderson My rating: 5 of 5 stars (I received a copy through NetGalley in exchange for an honest review) Intensely gripping thriller/mystery with tension for days! I was intrigued by the title but went into it a bit skeptical. I’ve found it difficult to connect […]
There is not a day in my life that I have ever been bored. Not to say that I haven’t engaged in activities that are tedious, monotonous or mind-numbing but […]
On Saturday I was a vendor at the Jacksonville Public Library for the Jax Makes event. There were 70 vendors split between three floors on the library. I have a […]
This will be my first year participating in Inktober but having participated in a variety of art challenges over the last year I feel adequately prepared to take it on. […]
Sue Grafton is pretty big in Santa Barbara because–well, like anyone anywhere, locals are a bit vain about the series being set in Santa Barbara. Being a bit defiantly hipster […]