My Reflections

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I’ve been in absentia for far to long with to many arms in the fire.  But at last

 I found this on Datura’s Blog I love this Deepak quote: If you obsess over whether you are making the right decision, you are basically assuming that the universe will reward you for one thing and punish you for another. The universe has no fixed agenda.  Once you make any decision, it works around that […]

Waterford, Ireland at the House of Waterford Factory Tour in October.  I am a tool junkie and this was the Disneyland of tools.  Sadly, yesterday in Paris was a tragedy of senseless proportions.  My lineage is from France so I’m saddened by the recent events.  

The photo did not capture the exact moment when the sun and water had a unique mint green color but Bray was the start of our brief time in Ireland.  It moved from Green brown to Mint green depending on the sunlight.

Lots of art, wonderful walks and beautiful scenery.

• Winsor & Newton is first founded in 1832 at 38 Rathbone Place London England. • In 1835 the world’s first moist water colours were launch an important impact to outdoors painting. • Queen Victoria in 1866 commissioned the Series 7 brush, Winsor & Newton’s first Royal Warrant 1841 – 1905 by appointment to HRH […]

Pâte de Verre (pronounced as paht duh ver) French translation “pastes of glass”. I work predominantly in Pâte de Verre glass.  I use clay to create a model, use a refractory mold that I can then use glass powders and frits the size of sand and a glue binder.  The glues artists use vary from rice […]

The Long and Wandering Road