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Wednesday, February 22, 2017

Haven't posted in a while from our winter wonderland, so here finally is some of what's been going on at my place!

No longer available
Grayson because he is our gray son! BEST CAT EVA!
Awaiting the Awakening
This beautiful Indian woman is available for purchase!
driftwood with paper clay sculptures made for Christmas sales and gifting.
 So the past three months or more have been a whirl wind of one illness after another for me. First a 26 day head ache then shingles then folliculitis and finally a cold that turned into bronchitis and sinusitis! Now praise God I am finally getting all healed and back to my regular self again! One sure does appreciate good health when it has been so missed!!!!

Sold "/Postage Bride

This mixed media work came to me quickly and although I did not set out to have it look like one of my most admired artist's it did turn out to be her! Maybe because that day I had been reading 30 things about her from her  blog and she was on my mind! Love you Annie Hamman!

"My Always Whatever Girl"
This piece is currently up for auction. Actually love how she came out as she seems so much a part of me. Everyone has one of these if not inside oneself then somewhere beside oneself. "WHATEVER" a word we use trying to show we do not care about something, when down inside many times we really do!


Husband making the driveway safe for the family!
Photo by Christ(not the God Christ a regular human one), from some of the art work used to support Julie Ladeaux's Cantata that was a successful performance in Boston!

Me as the abominable snowman.
New fridge old one no longer could find parts for! Thanks Sears!
I look up , He sees me! SOLD
The sale of this artwork means so much to e as it was made in Uganda to teach the children at Kampala Children's Centre Showing them how to stretch and prime a canvas and also some fun techniques with the new art supplies brought to them through the auction. Then it was purchased by this lovely Ugandan herself named Jael. She wanted to support the children and she loves art. Thank you Jael you are a blessing, and thank you Lord for sending your people to love your people!.

ATC cards made for raising money to gift Namayumba Uganda with a clean water well!

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Sunday, November 6, 2016 I haven't been blogging lately. So am doing ablog now to show you what I have created lately.

My beautiful friend from Uganda Africa whose name is Millan! I saw a photo from Zach Iron and had to paint it, the yellow dress and bush in front made a lovely harmony!

Since she appears to be a princess she really needed some butterflies!

Printed enough of this to give to each of the houses for the children at Kampala Children's Centre, in Uganda!

Puddle Jumping Prayer Warrior

Completing the found fairy wand for cousin Aundrea. Her first year teaching kgarden!

The beach where we had a family reunion and came to remember my Aunt Connie and Uncle Art!

God's art! From the Cape of Massachusetts!!!

Drew in car on way to the Cape



Fire and Fusion finally SOLD! For the Seniors of Nashua NH.

Some reunion with my friend's from HS!

Part of my many gardens from the Spring and Summer!

I am in love with this little angel. She was gifted this original in the village of Namayumba!

This piece is once again up for auction this coming Saturday at the VFW in Milford to benefit the artists scholarship, for art teachers and those who have disabilities wanting to become teachers. In memory of a young artists named Alisha.

Working on a series for how the blind man could see after two tries!

Wednesday, August 31, 2016

Some of my photos from visiting the village of Namyumba in Uganda!

This is me with the youngest school children!
As you can see these children lack desks, but soon due to the generosity of artists and friends and family soon they will have them!

The children are surrounding me excited to get their small plastic toys! Little animals from all around the world. This was a fun activity!

A precious doll!

So much beauty and innocence!

They look related maybe brother and sister? I love their smiles!

This is the school and temporary church!

Pastor Arnolds daughter with Pastor Ssenono's daughter!

Coloring in happy sayings and pretty pictures!

This one in red in named Angel! I loved how well she could dance!!!!She was so warm and personable.

Me trying to copy the professional little boys drumming. As you can see I am amusing them!

Encouragement for a drawing class!

The back of the room.

Animal people pictures!

Hard at work!

Well done children!

Pastor Ssenono and his young flock!

Such sweet talent.

Can I please scoop them up and keep them all Lord?

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