Despite the fact that it was snowing earlier this week, spring is here!
Mother Nature just needs to catch up with the calendar.
Changing seasons bring defined elements for creative inspiration. When the weather warms up and evening light lingers, I start to think about fresh decorating ideas,Read More
When I began this blog, I hoped it would inspire me to complete the many unfinished projects I have tucked away in my sewing room. I know we all have them; my stash, however, is shameful. I believed that if I shared these neglected treasures with my audience, I might get busy and finish them. So far it's working!Read More
Hi. It's Laura. I'm excited to be here for the first time!
Growing up, sculpting in clay was always of interest to me, definitely my favorite time in art class. I am intrigued by imperfect adorability, asymmetric cuteness and, in particular, animal expressions, both real and handmade.Read More
My son, Montana, is an illustrative artist and my daughter, Laura, a poet. Not too long ago they collaborated on a work entitled: Bunny Business.
Montana spent the summer of 2010 on the coast of Maine. He combed the beach, gallivanted with Travis, his best friend, and filled a large pad of fine paper with drawings. Toward summer's end, he returned to New York, settled in Brooklyn and engaged Laura to write about his newest collection.Read More
During the 2013 holiday season I traveled to Maine to visit family on three different occasions. This is significant because I live in New York and the drive to Maine is not a short one! Worth every stretch of highway and ensuing fatigue, each trip served up a different kind of fun.