Friday, August 14, 2020

simplicity unafraid

Q:   What was your route to becoming an artist?
A:  I will answer this question, but it will take several posts.
I've been working steadily away for a long and rich time.   

The posts will include photos of my most current work as well as links. 

The links go back to earlier posts from this journal.
These are the inspirations that helped me find my voice as an artist. 
Amish Quilts
Women who originally designed our traditional North American quilt patterns  inspired by the awesomeness of nature

Women who designed the traditional patterns inspired by the connection to the bed.  (This link goes to more autobiographical info so be warned. 

I have been maintaining this blog for 14 years.  So much has happened in the world in that short time.  Take good care my friends. xo  


  1. Reading. I have wanted to become an artist all my life. I never made it. Maybe this might help me understand why.

  2. love the way your art speaks so deeply from the heart to caress the soul

  3. I'm still looking forward to the discovery of the artist within me. Looking forward to your posts Judy. Thanks for sharing your thoughts with the rest of us.

  4. I think there is always a chance to be an artist!


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