Winter Mornings at Domehenge

Photos taken from our upper deck. Click on the image to view the gallery.

Lessons in Pottery

Back in 1958 BC (Before Children) we rented a little house in a subdivision called Harundale in Glen Burnie, MD. Our yard was non-descript except that we didn’t have much soil and what there was had been put on top of a layer of red clay. During rains the red clay would ooze to the […]

Testing the Art Markets

A few months ago I had 25 prints each made of eight pen and ink drawings. Am not quite sure why, although a few people had previously mentioned they would have bought an original except for the price. “Why don’t you get prints made?” some asked. “We could afford them.” I debated. Where would I […]

‘What Do You Do All Winter?”

“Winter solitude- in a world of one colour the sound of the wind.” Matsuo Basho How many times have we been asked “What do you do all winter?” When people visit us or even hear that we live on top of a mountain with few neighbors, the first thing they focus on is winter. Yes, […]

The Forest “Folk”

“Stories of old tell that hundreds of years ago, small mountain folk inhabited the rocks and boulders of Backbone Mountain.”    Denise Hillman Moynahan, The Great Cavern of the Winds:  Tales from Backbone Mountain   After a busy summer and autumn I finally got back to my drawing board. It always feels good, except for the […]