As a journalist, a deck of cards helped me become more creative and find more enjoyment from my work. At first it was someone else’s
As I look at these before and after drawings, I am reminded of the power of “a million dollar smile.” A smile makes you smile.
I love sharing what I’ve learned over the years about rubbing up against the mystery of the drawn and painted object. When we step
Yesterday I got back from the quickest and longest trip I think I’ve ever taken in Japan. I took a 7 am bus from
Women’s Genesis Art Retreat in historic Takayama area of Gifu-Prefecture Awakening Through Intuitive Art Monday August 11, 5 pm – Friday August 15 noon Special super-low
DRAW WITH LIANE IN YOYOGI PARK AND CONTRIBUTE TO A GREAT CAUSE! Sunday 6/29 4:00 pm – 5:30 pm Liane in collaboration with Intrepid Model
I know it’s hard to believe this–but when I drew the figure on the right I had no awareness of dancer Gaston Gurewitz’s photo on
Contact: email@example.com These watercrayon drawings, for sale at the 12/2 Design Festa Gallery exhibition “Colors of Nature Exhibition” are part of my collaboration with the
In late September, with the start of a new year in the Jewish calendar, I began a yearlong project to illustrate the Torah with weekly
A recent article in the Guardian about how women get shorted in the art market prompts me to reflect on how I see the situation.
Over the last year and a half I’ve been working on a memoir that I am finally ready to share with my dear friends and
This is an annoying discovery: I think in black and white. I am in the thick of writing a memoir about my nearly 25 year
When Oshiki peninsula was destroyed by the tsunami, out went the unsightly stuff as well. No billboards anywhere. No neon signs. Nothing to disturb the
Our host Caroline Pover is brilliant at slipping into the Oshika Time Zone and in the coldest months of the year gets a superhuman amount
Montana King Ramsey put it this way. When you’re making music, you’re reaching inside to discover yourself. When you’re making art you’re finding out who
When Art Encourages Accidents. . . This is a very strange topic, one that I’d rather not discuss, especially since it strikes so close to