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Wow! I’m so excited…. It’s the end of another year here on my blog… today is Monday #52 of my 52 Monday’s third year! It is an ending of sorts, however, it is also a beginning… of a brand new year! There is … Continue reading
When people ask me what I do, there’s never really just one answer. I write, I paint, I make books, I teach, I blog, I coach, I give talks. And, depending on the time of year, I can be doing all … Continue reading
Last Friday, on one of those beautiful sunny, city days, I visited the Philadelphia Museum of Art where the featured show, “Great and Mighty Things,” was a collection of “Outsider Art”– art created by individuals who are not traditionally schooled in … Continue reading