Her words remind me that as artists we too must wait patiently for our muse to arrive, like shells to the shore.
Monday, September 26, 2016
My article was an homage to Anne Morrow Lindbergh’s book, “Gift from the Sea” where she writes: ” The sea does not reward those who are too anxious, too greedy, or impatient. One should lie empty, choiceless, as a beach….waiting for a gift from the sea.”
Tuesday, July 21, 2015
It is one of the largest in the country with over 5000 dealers.
People come from all over the country and the world to buy and sell since 1986!
Excitement abounds here every year as the little town is transformed into a vibrant, bustling marketplace of wares,
not seen anywhere else!
The thrill of the hunt and chase for the most unusual item is the greatest fun
and we are so lucky to have the opportunity to visit this magical fairyland of yesteryear so often!
Tuesday, June 2, 2015
It is a privilege to be included.
My article, "Rag Bags and Remnant Ribbon" tells the story about my grandfather and how he collected rags and brought them to the salvage yard, bringing me along for an adventure which
left an indelible and fond memory for me.
This recollection one day as I was rifling through bins at a fabric wearhouse spurred the inspiration for me to create ribbon from remnants to use in making and decorating bags.
Tuesday, November 12, 2013
At Art is You, I spent an intensive week with Richard Salley and Jessica Jordon, AKA, Rosy Revolver. I've known Richard for years, and own several of his pieces of found object jewelry and his amazing enamel work.
His partner in art, Jessica, has added even more excitement to his work and the coalition of two amazing artists together is unparalleled.
I took the 3-Ring Circus and made a turquoise and silver ring, 3 spinner rings, and an enameled pendant! Intense but Awesome week!
Stamford, Ct was the exciting venue.
Fellow artists and renowned teachers flock to create a magical experience led by the illustrious team of Salliane McClelland and Ellen Legare. Some of the highlights:
Saturday, September 28, 2013
Meta was born in Ohio, and studying art at the Cleveland Art Institute, was accepted at Carnegie Mellon in Pittsburgh where she majored and graduated with a degree in Fine Art.
Her path led to rural Vermont where she has lived for over 30 years. The woods, quiet solitude and verdant landscape became her muse.
She creates mixed media canvases, polymer jewelry and whimsical Art Dolls. Her wooden dolls are sculpted from wood blocks, adorned with paint, found objects and calligraphy quotations, designed to inspire and delight