Boise Open Studio Weekend

Today is the start of the Boise Open Studio Collective Organization’s annual open studio tour weekend. Many artists will have their studio open this evening, as well as Saturday and Sunday. We have 60 artists participating this year!

My studio will be open tomorrow, Saturday, and Sunday from 9 a.m. – 5 p.m.

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Planning for Playa

There is a long list of unchecked items sitting on my desk. Supplies are out of place and one small box is full. I still have lots of packing to do.

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Packing it Up

I am going to give you a peek behind the scenes in the studio. I am starting to get my art ready to go to Reno for a solo exhibition I am having that will be at the Metro Gallery, in October. This packing is not glamorous stuff. It is organization and paying attention to the nitty-gritty details.

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Leaf Stack Turns 30

Wow, it’s been quite a while since I posted any of my own art here. It’s time to get you caught up on my Leaf Stack series.

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By now, you have probably seen tons of photos of the recent eclipse and they are sure to be better than mine. My point and shoot camera just did not do it justice or translate the light very well into digital format. But I am going to share a few with you anyway.

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Today is the big day for the eclipse. Idaho is in the path of totality. Boise, itself, is only 99.5% of totality, but that is good enough for us. We don’t want to get into the crowds of people that are at the places of complete totality.

A Trip to Canada

Several weeks ago we packed up a cooler, threw our luggage in the car and set off on the long drive up to Canada (two days). We met my parents outside of Banff in Canmore and stayed for three days before heading back home. The only thing we really did was hike and soak our bodies in the hot tub. No shopping, except at the grocery store.

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Print Boise

I locked my bike and walked across the street, ready to get out of the heat. I pulled open the large red door and stepped into the white room. Lines were strung across the room. Tiny clothespins held delicate sheets of uniform rectangular paper. It looked like a multitude of Tibetan prayer flags, but they weren’t. These were impressions of Boise.

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Last of the Leftovers VII

Here are the last of my Leftovers VII prints from the exchange this year. These prints are mostly black and white or neutral with maybe just a tad of color.

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Leftovers VII - Part II

I wanted to share a few more of the Leftovers prints I received in the exchange this year. These are some with more color in them. The rest I will share in a different post.

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