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I love to play with many things, and it all starts with sketching a concept. Even with all the electronic devices available at my fingertips, ink, pen and paper are still my favourite tools, and not just for painting. When I am playing a musical instrument, I quite often scribble on my sheet music too. I have a very difficult time passing up on pens and inks, resulting in.. Read More
Meet Mr. Nigel Forsythe Castleton, proprietor of the Lost Pages Bookstore. Owing to the bookstore being in a very old stone building, it is very drafty and cold, even on the warmest of days. Mr. Castleton loves nothing more than to spend his days in the bookstore, but the poor thing is always very cold even though he is made of wool. Luckily, the bookstore has a wonderfully big.. Read More
I feel exceptionally lucky to be able to sit here at my desk today, writing this post. As you have probably heard, last week California was burning to ashes. After working in the garden last Sunday morning, we spent a quiet day at home since my broken toes are still healing. As we were getting ready for bed, the wind started howling around us. I had an umbrella shading.. Read More
On Monday I sat down very decisively to work on something happy. Meet the newest member of my penguin fold – a little Scottish penguin named Glen. When I shared the initial sketch, Kris asked what a penguin keeps in his sporran. As I was sewing, I thought of a little story. Glen had always loved wearing his kilt, but the other little penguins made fun of him. .. Read More