Lansing Community Library Art Show

Welcome to my first art show! It’s from now until the end of April at the Lansing Community Library. I had a lot of fun revisiting my past work for this show and also creating some new things. I hope people can see it in person but if you can’t, I’ve included images of everything on display. Plus, all prints are available in my online shop. The library had to reduce my long-winded artist’s bio so it fits onto theirRead more

More on Goals & Limiting Beliefs

This is a continuation of my last post on goal setting. I’d like to take this opportunity to delve further into Hunter Thompson’s idea of the decision between going with the flow by designing a life that accentuates your experiences and natural talents OR swimming against the current by re-inventing yourself in order to achieve a goal that may not reflect who you are now but instead reflects the person you’ll have to become in order to achieve that goal.Read more

HAI Conference at Green Chimneys

Just a few short days ago, I was lucky enough to attend the 2013 Human-Animal Interaction Conference sponsored by the ASPCA and the University of Denver. The event was appropriately held at Green Chimneys in Brewster, New York. What is this strange place with the colorful chimneys, you ask? Green Chimneys operates a day school and residential treatment program for kids ranging from ages 5 to 21 years of age. About 100 kids with special needs live at Green Chimneys forRead more

It’s almost time for CNC’s Maple Festival! Yay!

Please join me and some of my favorite people (and animals) for a fun-filled weekend at the Cayuga Nature Center’s Maple Festival. This has to be my #1 favorite event of the year. It’s just around the corner on Saturday, March 23rd and Sunday, March 24th starting at 9 am each day. There will be a delicious pancake breakfast, music, animal programs, games & crafts, self-guided tours along the Sugarbush Trail and wonderfully talented craft vendors. And hopefully my bestRead more