Posts Tagged ‘Watercolor’

New Boules, and Musée Rodin

Saturday, June 10th, 2017

One of J’s goals on this trip: to visit OBUT, where the pros shop.

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À la Recherche de l’Oeuf Perdu (de Paul Arzens)

Friday, June 9th, 2017

It is not an actual egg we seek, but the electric car built by Paul Arzens during WWII that he showed us when we were living in Paris in the late 70s.

The Courtyard, and Beyond

Friday, June 9th, 2017

Ideal day: begin with this view at breakfast, then wander the streets.

Paris, Pigeon, Poutres apparentes

Thursday, June 8th, 2017

The best of all places to begin a Paris sojourn: on a bench in the Jardin du Luxembourg. (But maybe without suitcases.)

Romance in France

Wednesday, June 7th, 2017

Off to France (where my husband and I spent our honeymoon) to celebrate a Major Wedding Anniversary.

This Fight is Our Fight

Friday, April 28th, 2017

The amazing and inspiring (and very funny) Elizabeth Warren reading from her new book, This Fight Is Our Fight, and answering questions from a packed house at Politics & Prose’s Sixth and I event on Monday. Thank goodness there are at least a few members of Congress who are intelligent, well-informed, straightforward, and genuinely concerned about the welfare of ordinary human beings.

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Waldorf Early Childhood Reader

Thursday, March 23rd, 2017

Here, one of the graphic design & illustration projects that have been occupying me over the past few months. Recently released, Waldorf Early Childhood Education: An Introductory Reader (edited by Shannon Honigblum) is a wonderful collection, by 30 different authors, of essays related to the education of the young child: practical activities and the power of play; development of language, thinking, consciousness, and the will; music and circle time; the stages of early childhood; the history and essentials of Waldorf education. You can learn more on the WECAN website.

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Morning Ritual

Friday, February 17th, 2017

Click twice to enlarge.

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The Little Wreath Girl

Sunday, December 11th, 2016

A Winter’s Tale: Selling wreaths door-to-door for the class trip.

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A Year in Little Pudding 2017

Friday, November 25th, 2016

This year I’ve created a second, entirely different calendar in addition to the more “grown-up” still-life calendar. It features the inhabitants of the village of Little Pudding, about whom I’ve been inventing stories since my daughter was in kindergarten.

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Unless you prefer to be surprised, you can scroll down to see the twelve scenes of village life featured within. (Click twice to see the image larger.) The calendar is 8-1/2” x 11” and printed on sturdy satin stock, substantial enough so the images can be saved as prints.

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A single calendar is $20; a set of two is $36. Shipping is 3-day Priority Mail, domestic US.

If you are in my area, you can obtain a calendar from me directly without shipping—just let me know.

Single calendar:




Set of two calendars: