This started out to be a short post about a few Calder pieces that I saw in the Phoenix Art Museum. Then I got a little carried away.
During our first week in Arizona we bought groceries, visited hardware stores, registered the Plucky Corolla, and did other chores necessary to set ourselves up as part-time Arizonians. Alas, getting out into the desert for a hike was not on the list. Until now
Remembering a Goddess
One week away from Scottsdale and we get this!
What better way to close out this awful year than by finding a new place to hide?
Way easier than saying goodbye to a pet, but after eighteen years it’s strange to not see it in the garage.
Calm, sunny days in December are not to be squandered. It’s off to the Islands for Impromptu and her crew.
We traveled into town today for a premier viewing of The Geography of Innocense, the cut-paper art of Barbara Earl Thomas.
A sunny Sunday morning in Seattle – likely one of the last for a while. We decided to pay a return visit to the Nordic Heritage Museum to see an exhibit of photographs taken early in the 20th Century by Edvard Munch. Munch was a multi-talented artist: woodcarving, printmaking, and painting. He is best known …
Between early March and last week, we’ve had workers inside or outside the house almost every day except for the period when all construction was suspended due to COVID-19.