There is a group of over 700 artists, of all disciplines, living on an island in the Salish Sea (Puget Sound) that had a party. The name of the group is called the Island Bohemians, and we had the Bohemian Ball. It was festive and fun. The costume party and contest was what only artists [...]
Style and Freedom
I often struggle with the expectations that an artist have a body of work that is recognizably their "signature" style. Part of what I love about being an artist is the creativity to be unique and let myself explore and be free. The art world does not always favor this course of creativity...at least in [...]
My Studio Assistant
My View from my studio
It Always Stings
In reality I am a thriving,recognized artist, living her dream. I have had plenty of acceptances, awards and applause. So don't feel sorry for me, today I received a "Dear John" letter. In the art world that means a nice rejection letter for a submission to a show. A thanks, but no-thanks. It goes with [...]
Wind and Rain
I now have heat!
Best in Show!
The Truth About Pickles
...And how we see Contemporary Abstract Art BARBARA MOSHER “ Read Between the Lines”2017 Around the kitchen table or the neighborhood bar, a long-standing debate is often the subject of disagreement. What is the best pickle? The classic dill, now that alone can conjure up some arguments. Are we talking about a Vlasic [...]
My Take On The Broad I had been wanting to visit The Broad Contemporary Art Museum since its opening in September 2015. Facing the reality of the San Diego drive into the Los Angeles traffic, contributed to my procrastination of the journey. However, once I had willing participants to join me, and I reserved the [...]