The Beginning

We spent one day in DC and it was literally only the “tip of the iceberg.” There is so much to see and do it is incredible. I could spend a week in the Library of Congress. My kids could spend a month in the American Museum of Natural History.  As timing would have it,Continue reading “The Beginning”

DC is the Word

My apologies for not blogging sooner. We made it to the DC area. The road trip was an adventure and we stopped in Gettysburg, which was amazing and humbling. So many people lost their lives there. We were told just about everywhere you step there once was an injured, dying, or deceased soldier. Our familyContinue reading “DC is the Word”

New Digs Coming Soon

Well our family is about to move to the DC area and I am so excited about all of the art galleries and museums. We are going to have so much fun exploring our new digs. Here is a place that looks interesting, it is called Workhouse Arts Center. It is on 55 acres ofContinue reading “New Digs Coming Soon”

“Art Lives” in Kansas

CityArts has an upcoming show Art Lives. It will run from March 29th through April 21st. This show is a reflection and collaboration of 24 artists. One year ago the state cut funding for the arts in Kansas. However, art is alive in Kansas and this show according to Rachel Epp Buller, “offers serious reflectionsContinue reading ““Art Lives” in Kansas”

Gallery Submissions: How To

Submitting work to an art gallery: 1. Visit galleries and get an idea of which galleries appeal to you. Some galleries focus on new and emerging artists or local artists. Other galleries focus on established artists nationally and locally. There are also galleries that focus on certain genres or demographics. The best way to getContinue reading “Gallery Submissions: How To”