At the newspaper I work at, I’m used to fast deadlines and short turnaround times. “When do I need this design done? Today? Sure thing.” That’s … Continue reading Love’s (art) labors lost
Apologies to Snow White, but I’ve been singing this refrain all week. Ah, my prints! I’ve been eagerly awaiting their arrival — and they made it! … Continue reading Someday my prints will come
I don’t particularly like home improvement stores. If I have to go to a Lowe’s or Home Depot, I prefer it to be for fun accessory-type things, not large (commitment-heavy) construction-y things. In those stores, though, there’s this one aisle with accessories that I always thought was cool: The one with little signs used by small businesses. Signs with hours. Exit signs. And the most important one: “Open” signs. I thought it’d be cute being a small business owner, coming in to choose which signs to add to your store. Those are the little bonus things in life. The little bonus things … Continue reading My online shop is OPEN!
That’s the funny thing about time, it just keeps on slippin’, slippin’, slippin’ into the future. No sooner do you accomplish one thing, then just like … Continue reading Can’t stop, won’t stop?
There’s this adorable arts festival in Pawtucket, R.I., each Christmas. And by “adorable,” I mean, “it has some freaking impressive artists who are crazy good at what they do.”
It isn’t just your average little craft fair. Oh no, these folks are GOOD. Their art is GOOD.
And their price tags match.
“Someday” sounds like a great time to get things done.
That’s when we’ll take that trip, write that book, meet that friend for lunch, right?
Or in my case, host my first art show.
For that last one, though, “someday” is rapidly approaching. And it wasn’t even my idea.