A certain view

A certain view

Without fail, each time we spend more than a day in another place, I have the desire to move there. The highlight reel: I've opined about living in Pacifica and Monterey; Ipswich, Chatham, and Gloucester; Boulder and Nederland; Philadelphia, New York City, and Seattle. But Maine. That's where I really sink my teeth in. Trulia [...]

12

12

When I first started this blog and was trying to figure out what I'd fill it with (still working on that), I briefly thought of making it parenting-related since that's been the major focus of my life for the past 12 years. But then I started thinking that the stories of my kids weren't really [...]

Printed, matted, and framed

Printed, matted, and framed

I hadn't stopped to think how big 12"x18" would really be when I placed a printing order last week for two of my photographs. Now that they are matted and framed, however, I'm pleasantly surprised to see that they've taken up the entire gallery wall outside of my studio. There are probably upwards of 45,000 digital images on my computer. [...]

Nature and technology meet at Gleason’s newest art show

by Karina Coombs   A series of ceramic scrolls from Bedford artist Carol Rissman. Rissman makes each tile from white or red clay before imprinting or stamping them with natural found objects. Pieces are then fired and stained. Tiles are selected individually for each scroll and mounted on a wooden backing. (Photo by Karina Coombs) [...]

Brimfield Antique and Collectibles Show, 2016

Brimfield Antique and Collectibles Show, 2016

Back when we were dating, my husband and I first went to the Brimfield Antique and Collectibles show. We spent hours strolling up and down the street and in and out of the tents looking for things that "spoke" to us. We acquired an enormous porcelain industrial glove mold, an old glass hospital paper cup [...]