Coming April 29 to my online shop: New mandala stones, a thoughtful gift for your favorite bird-watching, trail-hiking, ocean-gazing mom. Each stone is unique and the proceeds help support my creation of a large installation piece that will be a room full of these stones with a meditation labyrinth winding through them! I’m editing pictures… Read more »
I can’t stop drawing on these Lake Michigan stones. Drawing the mandalas centers me and calms me and keeps me out of mischief! I want to fill a whole gallery floor with these stones. Stay tuned for your chance to support the creation of this piece and to get a souvenir mandala stone (the perfect… Read more »
Do you need a thoughtful gift for your trail-hiking best friend? Click here to snatch up one of my three, newly listed, fine art mandala stones!!
Spring is finally here and the color palette is not pastels like those Easter baskets would have you believe. I love the combo of fawn-colored trees and tawny, dried grasses against pale blue sky. And an emerald green, muddy river? Perfection! This is nature’s definition of spring color:
Do you collect heart-shaped rocks? Check out this awesome, natural heart rock I found (and brought back) from Mexico! I’m till deciding how to use it in an art piece. I’m not going to draw on it… I don’t know how to make this but I have a vision of a large, cracked wood sculpture… Read more »
Now that my search for rocks is winding down, the botanicals of Mexico are jumping out at me!
I love the men who buy my jewelry because they are stylish, interesting and above all ELOQUENT. Here are three reviews written by a special customer of mine, Mark. He talks about my jewelry better than I can. And he’s been to Nassau. I confess, I had to look it up. Nassau is the capital… Read more »
There are some beautiful lichen-covered stones here in Mexico! The best place to look is in the old, old stone walls around the fields. Some of these walls date back to the time when Mexicanos took their land back from the Spanish hacienda owners and divided it up fairly among themselves. Lots of time in… Read more »
Drawing mandalas on stones and boulders. That’s what I’ve been doing this month in Mexico with almost no internet. The best part was that awesome boulder. It called to me and I answered as best I could. Turns out we were made from the same cosmic dust that boulder and I! It is extremely frustrating… Read more »
We’re in our winter home in Mexico (well, my in-law’s house!) and eating a ton of tasty avocados, oranges, queso fresco, bolillos, etc!! We’re about to continue the work of building our own house and I’ve started drawing mandalas on Mexican rocks! Internet access has been spotty, but the reward for living in rural Mexico… Read more »