It has been another successful year for the Gainesville Flute Circle. Thanks to Jim Torrence for leading the monthly meetings and to all who joined in to play and share in a love of the music from the many styles of Native American flute. If you live in or near Gainesville and are interested in […]
My mother is in a Long Term Care facility, far away. It takes me 3 days to drive up to see her and 3 days to drive back home where I build my WrenSong flutes. When I go to see mom, I spend a couple of weeks in the city and visit her daily, for […]
Every year around Christmas time, the University of Florida Environmental Horticultural Club hosts a “Poinsettia Festival.” It’s always interesting to see the new leaf shapes, colors and designs of poinsettias that have been grafted. I believe I overheard someone say orange is the newest color. Here’s a short video from today’s visit.
Update: Dec. 5. Thanks to everyone who stopped by and said hi and/or made a purchase this year. Glam was a great success. Thanks to all! The GLAM Craft Show – a gathering of Gainesville-area crafters and artisans – will be held on Sunday, Dec. 3, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. GLAM will […]
Be sure to check out the GFAA Artists’ Holiday Café hosted by SweetBerries Eatery & Frozen Custard in Gainesville on Saturday, Dec. 2, from 2 to 5 p.m. My work will be in the patio area. I’ll be selling abstract wood art pieces and wood Christmas ornaments. If you are interested in adding music to your […]
Now is the time to get started on your holiday shopping. I have a number of handcrafted wood items that can help you give special gifts to the special people on your list. Native American Style Flutes Give the gift of music with one of my Native American-style flutes. My flutes are designed to be easy […]
When I walked into the reception at the Gainesville Fine Arts Association Gallery, I was taken with the color of the artwork. The gallery’s walls displayed bright, vibrant and colorful art. I was attending the reception because my wood art was part of the gallery exhibit of “Abstracts.” The majority of the work was done […]