Whether it’s Holy Week or hunting eggs that define your Easter here’s “hopping” it is blessed.
During the early days of the pandemic the Mississippi River Levee bike trail behind our house filled up with people … More
I felt my female ancestors clawing their way up my throat, grappling for control of my tongue so they could look into that innocent face and sweetly tell her what a craptastic mess she had made of her hair.
This latest in the Scholarship Essays Series, done for an application offered by The HouseMethod.com. As an Architectural Design major … More
This unusual essay topic asked students to examine how a piece of art had impacted their lives. it was serendipidous … More
We’re less than 2 months away from the next gallery opening (December 1st) and exhibit (Ariodante Contemporary). This is the … More
The Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth is as spectacular as the collection it houses.
Life got so much busier this last month, busier than usual, so what I hoped would be a Daily Sketch … More
is the Curse of Choice keeping you from being creative? Find some inspiration here.
This is the bathroom in The Spousanoma’s Man Cave. Were doing a Halowe’en-meets-Zombie-Apocalypse theme. Why? Because little boys never really … More