Today is Super Bowl Sunday. I’m mostly excited about the commercials and the halftime show. I’m also excited to sit down and write for a bit this morning, especially since January seems to have come and gone in the blink of an eye. Here are a few highlights: Andy & I rang in the new… Continue reading Mandalas, Dreams, & ‘Super’ Things
The school year officially ended a week ago, and I have been keeping quite busy since then. Last Thursday and Friday I participated in a two-day painting workshop at Hampton Historic Site with fellow BCPS art teachers. It was nice to dedicate time towards painting, especially since I hadn’t used (water-based) oil paints in many… Continue reading Summertime Kickoff
“Our earth is only one polka dot among a million stars in the cosmos.” – Yayoi Kusama I had the opportunity to see and experience the Infinity Mirrors exhibit at the Hirschhorn Museum on Friday, just a week before it travels to a new city. This exhibit has been wildly popular and sold out for the past… Continue reading The Art of Illusion
The title for this post was inspired by a banner I saw downtown on Sunday. The past few weeks have been busy and full of energizing/inspiring events. As a result, my inner light has certainly been shining! Today is the first official snow day of the 2016-2017 school year. We had a 2-hour delay a little… Continue reading Let Your Light Shine!
It’s cloudy and rainy out today. I was hoping to spend some time outside since it has been unseasonably warm (no complaints here). Instead, I am taking the opportunity to catch up on writing. Alas, my blog has been one of the things that has lost priority in the hierarchy of daily events. After skimming through… Continue reading A Balancing Act of Time
Happy 2017! I’m happy to say that this first week of the year has started off with a lot of creativity, writing/reflection, and mind/body wellness. In my last post I mentioned that my Daily Sketch Journal had arrived. I started my first drawing on January 1st, and here’s the progress so far: ‘Be the Lobster’… Continue reading Be the Lobster
Yesterday I attended a DIY wreath-making workshop with my mother-in-law, and fellow blogger, MaryGin. We went to The Green Door, a unique store/workshop space located in Bel Air, Maryland. I’ve been to the Green Door a few times now for various workshops, and it has become somewhat of a tradition to create our own wreaths… Continue reading Creative Traditions