It's the little things...Read More
In 1578, underground tombs containing the remains of thousands of Christian martyrs were discovered in RomeRead More
I am, and always have been FOREVER a BELIEVER of do-it-yourself (when possible) and even a believer of the IMPOSSIBLERead More
Art can be very personal-so when another creator sends you a piece to finish, they are actually sending you a little piece of themselvesRead More
"Your vision will become clear only when you can look into your own heart. Who looks outside, dreams; who looks inside, AWAKES." - Carl JungRead More
Eligius, as a boy, had quite the flair for designing and creating splendid jewelry. He was apprenticed to a goldsmith who was also the master of France's Royal Mint. After his apprenticeship, Eligius took advantage of his master's royal connections. He traveled to Paris where he offered his services to King Clotaire II.Read More
na•ma•ste/'nämə,stā/ : a respectful greeting.
I honor the place in you which is love, truth, light, and peace.
I bow to the divine in you.Read More
'Twas the month before Christmas and all through my home,
not a surface was empty in my studio.
The counters were covered with projects GALORE!
Handmade gifts were all scattered from table to floor.
I'd love to say that there is always a deeper meaning to my art, a hidden message, a commentary on our society as a whole, or a revolutionary idea behind it. There IS a piece of me in all my work. Sometimes, my art can hold a poetic imprint or a therapeutic energy. Other times, I create simply because I love to make art. I love being creative. Period.Read More
After a very agonizing decision making process, we finally have our winner of the "International Talent Search". Please give a HUGE congratulations to Sherry Matthews and her "S.O.A.R." banner.Read More
The Table of Life
Our place at the table, our moments together,
Even our time on this plot,
Can be fleeting,my friends,
So it's worth celebrating
Every second we've got.