sheltering in place 2020

while sheltering-in-place I have been painting more than I have since college, when I would often work throughout the night without sleeping. with all this free time, no need to work through the night, I have all day in between nature explorations, to fulfill my creative whims. I am so grateful for this abundant gift of time, and I have filled over 30 canvases in the past month. while I wait for the paint to dry in the evenings I have been beadweaving. its a very fun process of stringing and weaving together very tiny beads, with my endless collection of live grateful dead shows playing in the background, I get carried away for hours so I decided to post some of the woven fringe seed bead earrings I made to my online store. check it out!

rye sourdough bread recipe

Since everyone is baking right now, I am posting this here for my sisters & all others who have asked for my bread recipe. I made this recipe up when I couldn’t find one that I liked & it has worked very well for me, & hopefully it will for others who like a very dense seedy rye loaf bread. It’s best to cut it very thick with a serrated knife. Preparing the dough is extremely easy once you get a feel for growing the culture. Super good with avocado, eggs, greens, cheese, mushrooms & garlic, honey & butter. In my mind I call it ” beeb bread” since my family calls me “Beebs” 🙂

Beeb’s Bread Recipe

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first exhibition of 2020!

I love being a part of the annual group exhibition at Gallery Route One in Point Reyes Station! This was my third year chosen to be a part of the show and many of my pieces are inspired by the landscapes surrounding this gallery.

Thanks to Juror Amy Spencer for awarding both of my pieces awards of merit for the second year in a row! The show will be up until February 8th!

 

winter project // portrait commission

yes I do portraits! who knew?! this was a really fun commission piece and I love nothing more than creating lovely things for lovely people.
happy holidays to all & may your dreams come true in the new year

yosemite national park

sequoia national park

kings canyon national park

death valley national park

joshua tree national park

 

 

 

 

spring update // wild times

Springtime transition this year was all about slowing down to integrate past, present and future before taking steps on a new path. After spending some sweet time with family, I went on a nostalgic road trip through hundreds of miles of california to wild places both very familiar and unknown.