One of the guys I hung out with in college was an architecture student named Alan Aoki, the son of a prominent Northern California florist.
Roses, cymbidium orchids, pretty pink peonies! I am just loving this trend, and desperately hope that it sticks around for years to come.
What I love about gourmet sauces is that they use excellent and/or organic produce for the mixes. Often they are low-fat and delicious.
This weeks post is short and sweet, with a glimpse of the work that’s been coming for the last month and a sneak preview of what’s being worked up on the easel at the moment.
Some tales are straightforward and conclude without ambiguity, but this is not one of those stories. It’s a true incident that happened to me in 1983…
Maria smiled, sensing it was best to leave things there. He had promised. The letter telling him the band had been transferred to the White Star Line came three days later.
The Paphiopedilum Callosum orchid, or Paph for short, is a genus of the Lady Slipper subfamily Cyprpedioideae of the flower plant family Orchidaceae. It is commonly…
Today is the first day of spring and with it comes all the wondrous things we love about it; soon the buds will show their heads, the sun will greet us in the morn, and flowers will bloom in many colors.
I couldn’t resist picking up my brushes to see what I could do with it. For those of you who are interested, this piece is acrylic on untempered masonite.
Home is elusive. When we think about this word, we might picture different physical locations. And while home is often found on a map, it can also be less tangible: a loved one, a state of mind.