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Saturday, December 21, 2013

Happy Solstice

At the moment of the Solstice, I decorated the mantel with holly and ivy from our yard. The clock celebrates a year gone by and another coming, as the light returns. Blessed be.

Well, cooking is creative!

This may not be directly art related, but it is still related to creativity. I cooked some polenta according to the package directions. I not only got polenta, I got P*O*L*E*N*T*A. Our first meal was warm polenta with pasta sauce over it (good.) We had more polenta than we could consume. Next, we had turkey and polenta with home made turkey gravy (very good.) There was STILL more polenta. This morning we had fried polenta and eggs (not shabby either, albeit maybe not so healthy.) I still have a tiny block of polenta left. Next time, I'll half the recipe! Aside from putting paint on it and stamping texture onto art, is there something culinary that I can do with cold polenta?

The Altered Page: 5 Tips to Integrate Your Collage

The Altered Page: 5 Tips to Integrate Your Collage

Seth Apter is generous both artistically, and interpersonally. He replies to everyone who comments on his FB page, and I don't know how he does it as busy as he is! Anyway, enjoy these fun tips.

Friday, December 20, 2013

The wonderful work of Dale Lindman

I was blog hopping, and was lucky enough to find a link to Dale Lindman. He does wonderful work with paper among other things. Please visit his website. You won't be disappointed!