Tuesday, October 28, 2014

Blood & Thunder Release


I had some prose included in Blood & Thunder this year.
We enjoyed the release reception on the beautiful
OU campus this evening.

This publication is always filled with great
artwork and writings musing on medicine
through the arts....

Sunday, October 26, 2014

NATURE: Mostly walks around Prairie Hill

A prairie garter snake traveled through our wild back yard, 
or maybe it has made a permanent home here... not poisonous
 or aggressive (and pretty) so it's welcome to stick around.

 

I can't get enough of the sunsets lately.
I walk Prairie Hill at this time just to see 
the last burn in the sky and in the lake.... 

I've also been spooking a lot of deer.
And I think about the coyotes that roam this
way and it makes me walk a little faster. ha.


We celebrated our anniversary this week.
I love him so.

 
Craziest thing I have found yet on Prairie Hill. 1+5 = $6

 
Something I made for the table which was inspired by
this moment in my backyard (July)....
Though it's more of an autumn scene now.


Wish you a HAPPY week!

Wednesday, October 22, 2014

Tuesday, October 21, 2014

ART: Encaustic and October Exhibit

Forest Rest, Encaustic Collage on Panel
Feed My Sheep, Encaustic Collage on Panel 

Artists of Medicine Park Exhibit at the WMWR, Visitor Center

Some recent pieces (above) and I'm in a group art show this month.

Prairie Meditation, Encaustic with Watercolor on Panel

Coming up this weekend I'll be at the local Farmer's Market
 selling mixed media art & jewelry.  I look forward to sitting 
among the delicious eggplants and magical pumpkins. :)

 Harvest Festival 
Lawton Comanche Fairgrounds
Saturday, October 25th, 7:30a-1:00p

Monday, October 20, 2014

TRAVEL: Austin, Texas


Austin is fun!  I feel comfortable here, maybe because I once lived near here for twelve years....
We dined, we shopped (I bought that prairie dress on the right!), we visited the
Bob Bullock Texas History Museum, we walked 6th street.
It's only a six hours drive from our SW, Oklahoma. 
A friendly neighbor - Texas.

Sunday, October 19, 2014

TRAVEL: On the way to the Pedernales River









the river finally
they're called Cowpen Daisies!  
and they were everywhere as we got closer to the pedernales river!
a~buzz with bees and a~flutter with monarchs - 
i stuck my nose and my all right in -
into their intoxicating smell and mesmerizing yellow aura!  
it was heavenly!!! 
 these daisies grow from april - october,
so we were fortune to enjoy their beauty still this late in autumn.