Category Archives: questions

Clouds

Haven’t blogged in almost a year.

Honestly, I forgot I had a blog until I got the ICANN notice wanting me to renew the domain.

Been in the bottom of a well and then the election just kind of buried me.

Jesus. That parallel world of stupid and horrible people is larger than I ever imagined.

stagefright

 

 

But I am putting together a show with the help of some gifted painters and poets.

More news soon.

i-dreamt-i-could-fly

 

 

 

 

30 in 30 Day 20 – Register your Absence Here

I may have been listening to a little too much Alan Watts these days.

But I find it helpful when my imaginary therapist refuses to return  my calls.

“Register Your Absence Here”

RegisterYourAbsenceHere

Oil on stretched canvas, 6″ x 6″

Available here.

30 in 30 Day 18 – Jack & Jill

Oil on stretched canvas, 6″ x 6″

Jack&Jill

Available here.

Dear Katie

You suck.

Still.

Sincerely,

The Cherry Creek Arts Festival.

Back at ya CCAF

Now here are some cats and a spark of hope!

Love, Katie

TheHeatTheSparkOfHope

Horsefeathers

Oil o canvas, 5″ x 7″

HorseFeathers

 

Clarity

10″ x 10″, oil on canvas.

Plus a gratuitous Youtube of a song I just like.

“Scorned Lovers”

I am happy to have several paintings hanging in the Scorned Lovers Show at The Art Salon, which runs until the end of March.

It is raining tonight in Denver. Dashed hopes and vain fancies swirl through the gutters and wash down into storm drains.

Beasty Boy

Oil on canvas, 5″ x 5″. The dog is imaginary, but I like scruffy looking terrier faced dogs in general- and I think they bear a facial resemblance to some wolf spiders, the teddy bears of the spider world.

 

The tragic shooting in Tucson has been on my mind a great deal. I watched Obama’s speech and wept.  The invocation of “mental illness” and the attitude that this explains it all and we need look no further troubles me. Writing for Slate, Vaughan Bell addresses this issue here.

“…it’s likely that some of the people in your local bar are at greater risk of committing murder than your average person with mental illness.”

-Vaughan Bell, “Crazy Talk,” Slate

Crooked Beauty

An embrace

Another small (8″ x8″) work in progress. This one is about 50% complete- I think.

I’m supposed to be finishing these pieces for presentation at festive holiday art markets. Will they be salable with the cheerful Christmas crowd? God only knows. They are coming out just as they please, though. Never been great at channeling lucre.