I was at the state capitol yesterday witnessing the historic hearing of HB896, a bill to abolish abortion in Texas. Conversations echoed throughout every corridor: talk of constitutions, equal protection, and supremacy clauses. There were attorneys and gradmothers, ranchers and doctors, educators and families of all sizes, gathered to support […]
“Without God, there is no foundation for human value.” As New York governor, Andrew Cuomo, signed legislation on Tuesday, January 22nd allowing infants to be killed up the moment of their birth, he demonstrated the truth of this statement. The new law gives us a clear idea of what the logical […]
Photograph: Standard range target, Permanent marker, Glock 43, 9 mm pistol. To learn more about Cockayne Syndrome and how you can help, please visit Share and Care Network (US) or Amy and Friends (UK) for more information. I’ve been thinking about art and media. With all the talk of […]
Both of my top picks go to Ted Cruz, the first Hispanic U.S. Senator elected in my great state of Texas. With an innovatively clean graphic and businesslike font, I have to give the Cruz campaign my compliments on an excellent design. Here’s an interesting article about what logos are […]
Here’s my self-portrait for March, 2014. I began this blog in March of 2009 and have shared over 620 posts! Each and every comment is appreciated. Thanks so much for continuing to stop by and see my art and craft projects. Art has been, and will continue to be, powerful […]
Summer of Color 2 concludes this week with the color theme of ‘Watermelon Ice”. Hope you had a wonderful weekend! Be sure and check out more red art over at Kristin’s. I’m working on some Egyptian ATCs for a swap coming up so I’ll show you those soon. Thanks for […]
It’s already week 5 of Kristin’s ‘Ice Cream Inspirations‘ blog challenge. Be sure and check out more art in the colors of ‘Wild ‘N Reckless’ Sherbet over at Summer of Color 2! Thanks for stopping by!