Nature and Geometry. Stained glass and cast clay. 2012
Monday, December 31, 2012
Happy New Year 2013!
Saturday, March 10, 2012
Saturday, February 4, 2012
The Family Reunion
The family reunion takes place in a park.
It is given by the Library of Congress.
It takes place in early spring or maybe October( people are wearing jackets)
The family wants to get together to have a reunion.
Martha is on the left, and Marie is on the right.
Martha and Marie are sisters.
Martha is older than Marie.
Martha is 40 and Marie is 38.
Most of the time, Martha and Marie get along, but sometimes they spar with each other.
They argue about the calories in the food
Sometimes they argue about what to bake.
The people attending the reunion haven’t seen each other in a long time.
Some friends are also attending the reunion.
Martha is the grandmother of the twins.
They are telling stories about when they were kids.
They are blowing up balloons, and playing games.
It could be someone’s birthday!
They are having a bake- off.
Everybody at the party brought a cake.
It could be a political party, someone is trying to gain influence.
There is laughter and talking from telling stories.
Birds are singing, children are playing, and the wind is blowing through the trees.
Patriotic music is playing
The cakes smell sweet and good.
Everyone is going to have a little bit!
They are having ice-cream cones.
They are having soda and bottled water too.
They are having soup, potato salad, and macaroni salad.
When they finish the meal, they will dance.
They will play baseball, take photo’s, and the men will play badmitten and horseshoes.
After the party, everyone will clean up and talk.
Everyone is having a good time.
Saturday, January 21, 2012
This summer I completed a mural at the Healthcare Commons in Pennsville NJ. The mural was funded by the Appel Farm HeArt and Health grant. The mural added some color to the childrens outside play area. I had lots of fun working with the kids and hope that the mosaic brings some joy into their environment.
My daughter Anna and I spent several days at the dining room table over the Christmas holiday working on some origami decorations for her tree. Several years ago, i saw the most impressive origami tree at the Musum of Natural History in NYC. I was inspired to make a few ornaments every year till I have a treefull!