What’s for dinner?

My dinner plate.  One of my favorite subjects to explore time and time again in my sketchbook. My partner Adam and I  have been sharing a journal to document our summer so far.  He works out of town in the woods during the week,  sketching what he sees  and he brings it back for meContinue reading “What’s for dinner?”

Two-wheeled Commuting

Get a bicycle. You will not regret it if you live. ~Mark Twain, Taming the Bicycle. May is Bike Month! This past week my home city of Spokane, we celebrated with Bike to Work Week. Before work on Monday, I rode to the central Riverfront Park downtown, where volunteers were offering yummy local Spokane Roast HouseContinue reading “Two-wheeled Commuting”

Sketching as a daily practice…revisited.

Life has been moving and shakin’! It is lovely to finally come back to my blog after what feels like a long slumber, only to find my last post was such a simple but meaningful one on sketching as a daily practice.  Indeed, I have done good on my lofty goal for the most part.Continue reading “Sketching as a daily practice…revisited.”

Sketchbooking as a daily practice

“I believe in the energy of art, and through the use of that energy, the artist’s ability to transform his or her life and, by example, the lives of others.”   –Audrey Flack Want to take up something that calms your mind, connects you with your surroundings and leaves you with something tangible to showContinue reading “Sketchbooking as a daily practice”