The Question of Illustrations Rethought

Person drawing

As I’ve been working on writing the last 10% of the book, I’ve also given a lot of thought to the illustrations. Though in an earlier post I shared I would be creating a few drawings of my own for the start of the sections, I have gone back and forth whether to use a graphic of a labyrinth or my own art.

The Question of Illustrations – Publishing a Book Series

When it came to the poetry trilogy, each book had an illustrator. One was a friend and two I found while searching for someone to hire. I loved working with such talented artists and they added so much… Read More

Art of the Ages

While traveling throughout Europe, I have seen a great deal of art and religious art in particular.  During medieval times and the Renaissance, most art was religious in nature and there are certainly a lot of religious sculptures… Read More

Hiking with a Twist

This morning started out with a ride in the subway ending on 2nd street where I got out and walked to South Street. It was a hike with a twist. Along the way I got to see Society… Read More

What Life is Made Of

Often the best moments of the day are the seemingly small but deeply enriching and endearing ones of our life. Yesterday’s was walking around the art fair with a friend and her family. It is so much more… Read More

Don’t Come Knocking!

“If the wagons a rockin, don’t comma knockin’!” This is what Kelli proclaimed to the art fair goers as we rocked out to music coming from the main stage. We were taking a shift together at the Pentacle… Read More

Someone Watching Over Me

Katie and I sprang $2.50 each for pizza tonight. My friend asked on facebook if we have similar pizza topping preferences. I replied that we both like cheap pizza, so yes, our preferences are similar. We have spent… Read More

Oregon State Fair Results for Stacey’s Quilt

While I was making Stacey’s quilt, many people said I should enter it at the fair. I told them it would have to be Stacey’s decision as the quilt belonged to her. Well, the day I gave it… Read More

Living Life – Paint Away!

  One afternoon in my “Ministry To and With Adults” class at George Fox Seminary, a fellow student was showing us some group exercises we could use by actually having us do them. One of these “ice-breakers” was… Read More

Its… Its… LiveWire! Radio Show!

Every morning this week I have walked by a set of open doors with the smell of freshly baked bread wafting around me. I love this smell and it has been a great reminder of the verse, “His… Read More