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Remember Me – It’s About Blogging & Leaving Talent OR

Yes, do you remember me? Remember Me. As I logged into my website in preparation to write this blog post, I noticed the small remark at the bottom of the page.  It read “Remember Me”.   Though the statement was about my password, it made me wonder, will you remember me?   Blog Slow Down. […]

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Living Large on Little: Part 3

And one more installation from my forthcoming mini book: Living Large on Little: How to See the Invitation in Limitation. This vignette is from the section on patience….When I taught high school on a tiny, Micronesian island, far, far away,…

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Living Large on Little: Part 3

And one more installation from my forthcoming mini book: Living Large on Little: How to See the Invitation in Limitation. This vignette is from the section on patience….When I taught high school on a tiny, Micronesian island, far, far away,…

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Opportunity in the overlooked

I first noticed Erin Raedeke’s paintings when she was a member at First Street Gallery in Chelsea some years ago and was immediately charmed by her handling of color. Her delicate, playful images of birthday party detritus, strewn across the field of view, gave her endless ways to improvise with tones that created deeply felt, […]

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Mary Ann Schofield-Macey

I have always been intrigued by the sea.  When I was a young Navy wife the ocean became my home port – from the North Atlantic, to Key West, to the Pacific I never tired of dramatic ocean views in its changing light and colors.  I first studi…

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Mighty mite

This little work is lit with an intensity that Van Gogh went south hoping to find, painted with an economy of means Edwin Dickinson pulled off in his premier coup canvases. It’s tiny, eight inches square. At that size, Michael McCaffrey invests a humble power and life into his kinetic, tactile marks. It makes De […]

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ART SALE – Friday Nov. 1 – 5pm-8pm

 Art Show in the Ashland Art Center Classroom (main floor) Meet Anne Stine (vision quest guide), other vision questers, and the artists. Enjoy a glass of wine, visit the gallery and buy art! *early bird sale starts at 4 pm. Featuring art by: Susanne Peterman, Kaya Hagen, Glenda “GG” Goodrich, Kate Geary and Lavelle Foos. […]

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Painted

Taffy #2 will be in Cincinnati at Manifest Gallery until later this month, in Painted, the organization’s 4th biennial survey of contemporary painting. It was up against some stiff competition from the U.S. as well as from a number of foreign countries. As the indefatigable Manifest crew says on their site:  For this exhibit 167 […]

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Support Ashland Art Center – Shop with AmazonSmile

If you’re looking for a simple, automatic way to continue supporting the Ashland Art Center, you should start your Amazon shopping at smile.amazon.com. You shop as you normally would on the site, at no extra cost to you, and you don’t need to make a separate account. Through AmazonSmile, Amazon donates 0.5% of the purchase price […]

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September 28th is International Rabbit Day!

One of my studio partners, and former shelter bunny, Mr Bean, is a model for the Bun Fund Spay/Neuter Campaign […]

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