Monthly Archives: May 2007

Family Vacation

For vacation this year, we rented a small house on Goat Island, near Charleston, South Carolina. You have to have a boat to rent this house, since there is no other access to the island. No problem: my husband seems to collect boats. The deep water dock was perfect. I requested a screened porch so [...]
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Full Circle: Red 1-4

I’m getting ready to head out for a week’s vacation with my family. I wanted to get some new work to the framer before I headed out. Here’s some of my new work that was waiting for me when I got back: These are called Full Circle: Red 1-4. I’m really enjoying the opportunity to [...]
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Open Studio Saturday

One of the opportunities (and requirements) of my residency at the McColl Center is that the artists are all required to be in their studios working on scheduled Open Studio Saturdays. These Saturdays are an additional time for the public to come visit the gallery spaces in the building and wander through our studios, seeing [...]
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Computer Woes

I spent a lot of time with David, the McColl tech guru, working on my Mac laptop. My mail program had been giving me some trouble, and we thought part of the problem was so little free space. I backed up my photo files, moved other files to an external hard drive to create more [...]
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Newspaper Reporter Comes to Visit

One advantage of living in a fairly small town is that almost anyone can make the weekly newspaper. One of the reporters in my town had been contacting me regularly since a colleague had tipped him off about my award at the McColl Center. I put him off until I’d actually moved in, thinking it [...]
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