Pocket Book

Good friend, Michelle Francis, will help lead a hands on demo of this fun and handy "pocket book" at my Malaprops book signing for BOOK PLAY tomorrow, June 29th at 3:00.  It's a easy folded structure that anyone can make from an 8 1/2 x 11 inch piece of copier paper.  Please come!!!


Book Signing and Demo at Malaprops

If you're in Asheville, Sat June 29th come on down to Malaprops Book Store from 3- 4.  I will be signing copies of BOOK PLAY and, with the help of friends, leading a demo on making a folded pocket book (book of pockets).


It's that time of year and I love it!

I guess my mom didn't like hydrangeas because in my childhood yard full of flowering scrubs there wasn't one hydrangea.  I didn't really discover the magic of hydrangeas and their
range of delicate blues and purples until I visited my mother-in-law's home in Atlanta many years ago.  I love the flower's color, the fullness of the mop-head flower clusters and the low maintenance nature of the scrub.  It doesn't ask for much, but gives and gives for weeks.  Yesterday I cut a big bunch to bring inside.  They make me smile and soothe my soul.  Thank you hydrangea!



I can't help it, it's dogs, dogs, dawgs.  Here are some new ones just in time for the River Arts Studio Stroll this weekend.  All 3 are milk paint, acrylic paint and ink on tin.