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01 July 2015

Red Pear with Leaf (+ introducing my solo show)


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This month, I'll be mounting a solo exhibition of new paintings at Gleason Fine Art gallery in Boothbay Harbor, Maine. If you are nearby, I will be at the artist reception on Friday evening, August 7. The exhibition, which will include my still life, landscape, and trompe l'oeil works, will be on view from July 30-September 1.

I primarily sell my daily paintings online using eBay because it is a universal and easy-to-use auction platform. However, I've found over the years that I also enjoy having some of my work represented by one or two fine galleries. I do this for two reasons: first, it means that many more people can experience in person the "presence" of a painting and painterly nuances of my work that are impossible to see on a computer screen. Second, it motivates me to switch up my daily practice and push my work towards larger and more complex subject matter. I find that this always then adds a certain vitality back into my daily paintings, and brings up ideas and concepts in my daily practice that are unexpected.

One note: for some, it may go without saying, but it is imperative to work with a gallery that has come recommended from a trusted source (I have had a couple of terrible experiences with galleries over the years). Gleason Fine Art came recommended to my by one of my very best collectors in NYC, and I've been happy to have them represent my work since 2010. They are top notch, and are at the forefront of representing 19th century through 21st century realist painting. By the way: Gleason Fine Art is mentioned in this month's issue of Fine Art Connoisseur magazine in an article entitled "Maine is for Art Lovers" on page 100.

I hope you'll come see my new work and say hi on August 7.

Best,


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26 June 2015

Silver Cup with Peach and Blackberries (+ Private Painting Mentoring spots open now)



I have received so many applications for my Private Painting Mentoring this spring. Since I am now finishing up preparations for my upcoming August solo show in Maine, I am opening up a limited number of Private Painting Mentoring spots starting in mid-August.

Apply now because spots are first come, first served.

If you're considering it, below is a Private Painting Mentoring testimonial:
"I'm not sure I have met another teacher who is so willing to give and share, and put in so much effort to finding out the needs of her students. 
Abbey is a gem. 
I took Abbey's Sedona workshop, so my hesitations about signing up for Private Painting Mentoring were quickly dispelled after I met her and experienced the quality and depth of her teaching. Yes, there were hesitations about signing up for the Private Painting Mentoring. There was, of course, the cost. Not many of us painters have unlimited funds. However, after giving it some thought I realized if there was ever something I wanted to do.... and should do.... it was the mentoring, so I bit the bullet. Good thing, too! 
Since my Mentoring session, I feel watching and listening to Abbey up close has been an experience that I will never forget. I appreciate her personalized specific instruction on setting a program to follow to learn about yourself (the painter, the materials, the setting, etc). 
I would definitely recommend Private Painting Mentoring. Abbey is a teacher and a person who is concerned about the progress of her pupil ... and she is a person who is so willing to give so much time and effort to her students." ~M. Hershberger
If you prefer private instruction without traveling to a workshop, my online Private Painting Mentoring may interest you. Over the last three years, I've worked with painters in Europe, China, and all across the US. I'm thrilled to mentor and learn from such remarkable folks.

If it's helpful to read more comments from those who have completed Private Painting Mentoring, you can read feedback from some painters in the program (along with a profile on their work, used with permission).

It is an important decision to invest in yourself, so please read the testimonials and here's more information:

FAQs: 

  1. Private Painting Mentoring is an online program, so you can be anywhere in the world.
  2. Simple high-speed internet works just fine.
  3. Yes, I do happily work with non-painter artists.
  4. Read testimonials from Private Painting Mentoring participants here.
All my best,


P.S. this is another painting from Sedona, and, as promised, I will also post soon about my workshop there and travels in Sedona and Patagonia last month.

If you'd like to purchase my work, you can view my Current Painting Auctions and All Available Paintings.

22 June 2015

Still life with Bleu Cheese and Strawberries (+ a great event)


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I'll post a bit soon about how my #digitaldetox online course "The Innernet" at Viva Institute turned out, but since I am preparing for a solo show in August, I have pretty much stayed "off the grid" since the Innernet course. Also, I did today's painting in Sedona and will also post soon about my workshop there and travels in Sedona and Patagonia last month.

In the meantime, I wanted to share this awesome free event, VIVA Radio's Dinner and a Movie, which is both on and off the grid at Viva Institute -- and such a great idea on many levels.

If you'd like to purchase my work, you can view my Current Painting Auctions and All Available Paintings.

Best,

12 June 2015

I'm off the grid.

I've unplugged from June 12-15 along with the awesome inaugural class in "The Innernet."

If you email me, I'll get back to you soon after June 16.



Excerpt from The Innernet official course packet

09 June 2015

Italian Lemon with Leaf, Rome (Italy 2015 painting #8)


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FYI: my course "The Innernet" begins tomorrow. Along with a great big group of course participants, I'm excited to be going offline for four days starting on Friday. #InnernetMovement #unplugged #diveintoYourInnernet #bethecloud #digitaldetox

Ending today at 10PM EST:

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If you'd like to purchase my work, you can view my Current Painting Auctions and All Available Paintings.

Best,

08 June 2015

Last call

Last call to be admitted into the inaugural class of my e-course "The Innernet"

Course participants received my 40+ page official course packet on Friday, which means there's just a bit more time left to enroll and print it out to use during the course. As part of "The Innernet," the Live Teleseminar discussions with me will be on June 10 and June 16 (calls will be recorded in case you can't make it live). Learn more here or give "The Innernet" a try.

Questions? read "The Innernet" FAQs.

If you'd like to purchase my work, you can view my Current Painting Auctions and All Available Paintings.

Happy Monday,

05 June 2015

Still life with Korean Bowl and Pussy Willow Bud


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(auction has framed view)

I just returned from teaching my annual workshop at the fabulous Sedona Arts Center. It was truly an amazing week with a remarkable group of painters! I'll post more about it later, but for now, here are photos from the workshop and my AZ adventures. I'll be teaching in Sedona next year from May 16-20, 2016, so save those dates if you're interested. 

Today's painting is part of Sedona Arts Center's 12x12 Exhibition and Fundraiser. This painting auction of mine will end on June 12 at 5:30pm AZ time/8:30pm EST during their exhibition and fundraiser event. Click here for more details and to read about their mission.

If you'd like to purchase my work, you can view my Current Painting Auctions and All Available Paintings.

Enjoy,

04 June 2015

Assisi Landscape in Piazza Santa Chiara (my last Italy 2015 landscape painting)


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I painted this scene in the piazza outside of the Basilica of Saint Clare, and here's a view of this painting in progress #OnTheEasel. If you've followed my work for a while, you may remember this photo from 2012 of my easel as I was about to paint this same scene in Assisi.

If you'd like to purchase my work, you can view my Current Painting Auctions and All Available Paintings.

Enjoy,

4 More FAQs for "The Innernet"

FAQs for "The Innernet":

1. (new!) "Is this course just for artists?"
This course is for everyone. Whether you’re a maker, thinker, improver, planner, or producer -- we all need an Innernet/Internet balance.

2. (new!) "Can I use the telephone?"
In my opinion, all phone calls (to anyone) are encouraged because you are making a real connection there. You can decide for yourself based on your life situation and what feels liberating to you. If phone calls are not possible, I think important/urgent texts are fair game, too.

3. (new!) "Do you have strategies for folks to reenter? All the 'good' they have done themselves over the hiatus may be lost with the initial stress of digging back out."
What you choose to do during your Innernet/unplugging/offline time IS the path to creating strategies for yourself for “reentry” online. During the closing teleseminar, we will talk about your observations during reentry and the hope is that this sharing will have a positive and lasting impact on you.

4. (new!) "I'm wondering about a sense of community that might be developed with like minded individuals on this topic. Will there be opportunities for the group to talk to each other and share ideas via internet and maybe extend this beyond the course time?"
The teleseminars will provide opportunities for discussion, as you can call in live and talk to me and the group all at once. My vision, actually, is not to create an online forum for this course, but instead for you to invite painters/family/friends/like-minded individuals from your "in-person" home, work, studio, neighborhood, and life communities to join in the course and movement -- to create your own sustainable Innernet communities. This way, almost all of the connections made in the course (other than the live teleseminars) will be quality, in-person connections. I plan to offer this course 2-3 times per year, so it is my hope that it will become a movement! I know in my own life and studio practice that I need to unplug pretty frequently in order to feel balanced and do my best work.

02 June 2015

Red Grapes with Tuscan Parmesan (Italy 2015 painting #6)


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(note: auction will go live at 10PM tonight)

In 2012 when I was in Italy, I painted a very similar painting of Tuscan parmesan and red grapes in Perugia, and I had that painting in mind when I found this Tuscan parmesan in Rome last month. When I revisit subject matter such as this, for me, it adds to the visual diary of my painting travels.

The auction for Italian Clementine with Leaf from Testaccio Market, Rome ends soon, and to the right is a photo of me at the easel painting the Italian clementine with the beautiful light coming into my room in the Testaccio neighborhood in Rome.

(I also painted today's painting and my Tomatoes on the Vine, Rome (Italy 2015 painting #5) in that same spot.)

If you'd like to purchase my work, you can view my Current Painting Auctions and All Available Paintings.

Best,

01 June 2015

Tomatoes on the Vine, Rome (Italy 2015 painting #5)


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I found these beautiful tomatoes at my favorite market in Rome last month. You can see me and my beautiful painting window and set-up in Rome here.

I've had a flurry of more questions coming in about my e-course "The Innernet," so I will post more FAQs soon.

Ending soon:
Clementine with Leaf from Testaccio Market, Rome (Italy 2015 painting #3)

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If you'd like to purchase my work, you can view my Current Painting Auctions and All Available Paintings.

Happy Monday,

31 May 2015

"The Innernet" FAQs

"The Innernet" half price rate expires today, May 31, at midnight EST. This incentive is a call to invite a friend or colleague to join you.

FAQs:

1. "I will be out of town or busy during the course dates. Can I still take the course?"
YES, you can enjoy this opportunity to participate in "The Innernet" from the comfort of your own home at a time that works for you. Listen to the teleseminars, deepen your experience, and discover how to cultivate a fulfilling life offline while also embracing all that makes technology remarkable. Your registration includes access to the course materials and two teleseminars through July 30, 2015. Take the course on your own schedule, and listen to the teleseminars when you have the time.

2. "What is the calendar?" (click to view larger)

June 5
You will receive an email with the official course packet (PDF download) so you can print it out for yourself. (If you need it earlier than that, just ask!) I recommend putting it into a binder. The course packet is something I have worked on for about a year. It includes everything that helps me unplug: activities I’ve created, questions to ponder, book excerpts, poems, concepts (e.g. Dunbar’s number), tasks, quotes, and more. It’s fairly hefty and a lot of fun. There are no required assignments, but the packet is there for you if you’re anxious about unplugging or ever at a loss for something to do.

June 10
I will host a live lecture/Q&A tele-seminar to prepare us for the Innernet experience. You may submit questions in advance and call in to talk with me live. (Tele-seminar access details will be provided by email and we’ll be recording the tele-seminars in case you can’t make it live.)

June 11
Preparation day to get things in order so that you can unplug. Notify friends & colleagues about your plan.

June 12-15
The heart of the course: our 4-day respite from the Internet. Unplugging can be nerve-wracking and even scary. How you unplug is up to you. I recommend turning off mail and social media alerts on your phone. You might choose to put your phone in airplane mode. You might want complete Freedom. Over the four days, it’s possible that you may need to receive text messages and/or phone calls depending on your situation or profession.

Going offline isn’t an easy thing to do, so you should do what you can and what feels right to you.

During your four days offline, there is no goal to be reached.

You are free to just be and do those things you wish you had more time for......
spend time with family, sit in nature, write someone a handwritten letter, garden, go for three hikes a day, read a few books, call someone you haven’t talked to in years, meditate, paint, dance, cook, sit on the beach, visit a museum, take a workshop, swim, daydream, bake, knit, attend a concert, exercise, and so on. The course packet you will have already printed out has no required assignments. But it is there for you as a support and a prompt if you desire a more directed time offline.

June 16
Take your time going back online and reflect on your four days offline. I will host another live lecture /Q&A tele-seminar to share my Innernet experience, hear from you about your time offline, answer questions, and talk about what comes next.

3. "Who should take this course?"
This course is for you if:
  • You feel like you often don’t have time to do the things you really love to do.
  • You’re a maker, thinker, improver, planner, or producer.
  • You already enjoy periodically unplugging while on vacation, at retreats, at workshops, on weekends, or whenever you feel like it.
  • You like the idea of periodically doing a “cleanse” of any kind.
  • You’re interested in mindfully observing your own digital technology and Internet habits.
  • You are curious about what might happen to your energy level, curiosity, creativity, or mood if you unplugged.
  • You have a fluctuating relationship with social media.
  • You are curious about reflecting on your own Innernet/Internet balance.
  • Your smart phone has become an extension of your arm.
  • Your email is the last thing you look at before you sleep and the first thing you look at when you wake.
  • You’ve talked about wanting to go offline, but haven’t tried it yet.

4. "What is the Course Content?"
This is a one-week e-course about what it means to balance our creative lives online (Internet) and offline (Innernet). Since your Innernet is highly personal, what you will get out of it is very specific to you. Try it to see what the course will do for your creativity and peace of mind.

5. “But I can unplug anytime on my own.”
I hope you do! At the same time, every time I teach a workshop, I see and feel the collective, positive, rush of inspiration and peace that participants experience being offline in the studio together. If we unplug together and share our experiences in this course, our collective consciousness—the nöosphere—will feel a similar rush of inspiration and peace. Since this is an ongoing and cyclical process, my hope is to possibly offer this course two or three times a year as “an Innernet practice” and movement.

6. "What are the Course Requirements?"
Your only requirement is to be curious about the nature of life in a digital world, and to have a willingness to see what happens when you unplug.

7. "Wait, isn’t it a contradiction? An Online Course on Time Away from the Internet?"
Yes. That’s the thing about the amazing digital time in which we live. As a painter, the contrast between my Innernet (life offline) and my Internet (life online) is immense. I frequently reflect on this contrast and often speak about it in my workshops, private instruction sessions, and during my travels. While the heart of this course takes place offline, I’m not suggesting we shun the connection economy and culture in which we live. But I hear from so many of you who feel pulled in different directions, distracted by what is digitally at your fingertips, or just wishing you had more time to do what you love.

8. "What's so bad about the Internet?"
The internet (and all that goes with it) is amazing. But we need to cultivate a fulfilling life offline while also embracing all that makes technology remarkable. I believe we can do both. It is all One. We honor, accept, and acknowledge life’s challenges and the challenging aspects of digital life without judgment when we mindfully set aside a few minutes, or an hour, or a day—or 4 days—to do more of what makes us feel most alive. I’m not alone in thinking that it’s a good idea to periodically unplug and explore our own Innernet in order to be our balanced, creative, grounded, productive, peaceful selves. Yet this peace is not static; it is an ongoing and cyclical process. If you feel drawn to this, my hope is to offer this course two or three times a year as “an Innernet practice” and movement.

9. Create an “Innernet” Community for Yourself (my own addition to the FAQs!)
This course is really for everyone. Invite 10 friends to join you. If you have colleagues or friends who’d be curious about this course—and, even better, with whom you find community and support—please go ahead and share this link. Having a community and sharing your experience will help you have more fun. Cheer each other on!

I hope this is helpful -- see you in "The Innernet."

30 May 2015

Linchpin and Balance

Five years ago, in the video below that accompanies Seth Godin’s bestselling book Linchpin: Are You Indispensible?, Seth describes how the Internet works for me to share my work with collectors all over the world. Seth refers to me as a “linchpin,” but at the same time I could not do the work I do without a purposeful and mindful balance between life online and life offline.

If you're curious about joining "the Innernet," the $47 half price rate expires today, May 31, at midnight EST. Think of the half price incentive as a call to invite a friend or colleague to join you.

You can achieve a similar balance that works for you and your life.

Take the leap with me.



All my best,

28 May 2015

Morning View from Rocca Maggiore, Assisi (Italy 2015 painting #4)



It was about 80 and sunny for 10 days straight while I was in Italy. One morning in Assisi, we hiked up to the highest point, Rocca Maggiore (translation: "major fortress"), and I painted this scene.

Above you can see photos of Rocca Maggiore in Assisi and a snapshot of me at the easel (see more photos).

What is the Innernet?
The Internet is a concept that relies on a massive, complex, computer/technology network of networks of networks—all of which make it possible to access and share information on the World Wide Web. The Innernet is a metaphor for what it is that connects us to each other and to ourselves—the Ground of our being—and to Being itself. Read more.

Wait, isn’t it a contradiction?
An Online Course on Time Away from the Internet?
Yes. That’s the thing about the amazing digital time in which we live. As a painter, the contrast between my Innernet (life offline) and my Internet (life online) is immense. I frequently reflect on this contrast and often speak about it in my workshops, private instruction sessions, and during my travels. While the heart of this course takes place offline, I’m not suggesting we shun the connection economy and culture in which we live. But I hear from so many of you who feel pulled in different directions, distracted by what is digitally at your fingertips, or just wishing you had more time to do what you love. We need to cultivate a fulfilling life offline while also embracing all that makes technology remarkable. I believe we can do both. Join me.

Ending Soon - tonight at 9:30 PM EST
Italian Pecorino and Green Olives from an Assisi Market (Italy 2015 painting #2)

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If you'd like to purchase my work, you can view my Current Painting Auctions and All Available Paintings.

Enjoy,


Framed view:

26 May 2015

Clementine with Leaf from Testaccio Market, Rome (Italy 2015 painting #3)


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A lot of my time in Rome was spent studying Baroque art and architecture, but I also did a few still life paintings. This clementine was from the market right next to our hotel in the Testaccio neighborhood in Rome. It is known as one of the best "classic Roman" markets, and the clementines I found must have been freshly-picked since the leaves were still bright green and soft and shiny.

What is the Innernet?
After I solidified the idea for my new e-course, my dad shared his term “Innernet” with me. In 2001, he spoke about the concept at a WCCM conference in Texas after he had started up their Web presence. He said they first thought it was a typo. : )

I then searched the term online and surprisingly found only a few random hits. One needs to be shared: A spoken word poem video from 2012 entitled “The Inner Net – Are We Moving towards a Hyper Connected or Disconnected World?” by the talented spoken word poet David Bowden. David poignantly describes the Inner Net in some unexpected ways. It’s worth watching at least twice.

Early bird discount ends May 31 for my "Innernet" e-course: The $47 half price early bird discount ends soon on May 31 (the full price then goes up to $97). Register here. The course dates are June 10-16.

Ending Soon - tonight at 9 PM EST
Late Afternoon View from Assisi, Italy (Italy 2015 painting #1)

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If you'd like to purchase my work, you can view my Current Painting Auctions and All Available Paintings.

Best,

25 May 2015

What will we actually DO? -- in my e-course, "The Innernet"

I spent most of my time completely offline while we were in Assisi and it was inspiring and rejuvenating. I've had a ton of excited responses to my upcoming 1-week online course, "The Innernet," which is open for registration. 

Take note: The $47 half price early bird discount ends in less than a week on May 31 (the full price then goes up to $97). Register today. The course dates are June 10-16. 

I've received this question a few times, so if you are also wondering "what will we actually DO in the class?" -- I am happy to share more here about the structure of the week.

1. Five days before the class begins, you will receive an email with the official course packet (PDF download) so you can print it out for yourself. I recommend putting it into a binder. The course packet is something I have worked on for about a year. It includes everything that helps me unplug and activities I’ve made up: questions to ponder, book excerpts, poems, concepts (e.g. Dunbar’s number), tasks, quotes, and more. It’s fairly hefty. There are no required assignments, but the packet is there for you if you’re anxious about unplugging or ever at a loss for something to do.

2. On the first day of class, I will host a live lecture tele-seminar to prepare us for the Innernet (unplugged) experience. You may submit questions in advance and call in to talk with me live. We’ll be recording the tele-seminars in case you can’t make it live.

3. You will then have a full day to prepare yourself and notify friends & colleagues about your plan to unplug.

4. The heart of the course is your 4-day retreat from the Internet. Unplugging can be nerve-wracking and even scary. How you unplug is up to you. I recommend turning off mail and social media alerts on your phone. You might choose to put your phone in airplane mode. You might want complete Freedom. Over the four days, it’s possible that you may need to receive text messages and/or phone calls depending on your profession or situation.

Going offline isn’t an easy thing to do, so you should definitely only do what you can and what feels right to you.

5. During your four days offline, there is no goal to be reached. You are free to just "be" and/or "do" those things you wish you had more time for: spend time with family, sit in nature, write someone a handwritten letter, garden, go hiking, read, call someone you haven’t talked to in a while, meditate, paint, dance, sit on the beach, visit a museum, take a workshop, swim, daydream, bake, knit, see a concert, exercise, and so on. The course packet you will have already printed out has no required assignments. But it is there for you as a support and a prompt if you desire a more directed time offline.

6. You will then have one day to transition back online and reflect on your four days offline.

7. On the last day of class, I will host another live lecture tele-seminar to share my own Innernet experience, hear from you about your time offline, answer questions, and talk about what comes next.

Join me.

As my fabulous Sedona workshop painters this week said, "It can't be bad to unplug for a few days."

Plus, because we're doing it together, it’s going to be fun.

Email me if you have any questions,


P.S. My complete explanation about the philosophy behind the class and my motivation for creating it can be found here.

21 May 2015

Italian Pecorino and Green Olives from an Assisi Market (Italy 2015 painting #2)


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During my Italy travels, I first spent several days in Assisi. I had been there once before -- only for a day trip -- and felt drawn to it. I knew that I wanted to go back to paint and just spend more time. We stayed in a small flat about two minutes (actually, 99 steps) up the hill from Piazza del Comune, which is the main square of Assisi. I got these green olives in my favorite market just across the piazza, and I found this beautiful cheese in a little wine and cheese shop not far from the Basilica of Saint Francis. It's hard to see in the reproduction of the painting here, but in the reflections on the olives, I could actually see the church tower outside my window. Anyway, to the right is a photo of this painting on the easel, and you can see more of my Italy photos here.

My new one-week online course, "The Innernet," is filling up. The course will include two live lecture/discussion teleseminars, during which you can call in to talk to me live. The $47 half price early bird discount ends May 31 (full price $97). Join me today.

If you'd like to purchase my work, you can view my Current Painting Auctions and All Available Paintings.

Enjoy,


Framed view:

19 May 2015

Late Afternoon View from Assisi, Italy (Italy 2015 painting #1)


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my time in Assisi, Italy, 2015
I just got back from Italy and am now in Sedona teaching my workshop, and I'll be posting more about my travels here soon. In the meantime, you can see a glimpse of my time in Italy here.

The response has been so wonderful to my new one-week online course, "The Innernet," which is now open for registration. The $47 half price early bird discount ends May 31 (full price $97).

If you'd like to purchase my work, you can view my Current Painting Auctions and All Available Paintings.

Best,

10 May 2015

Italy Travels

I've been painting and traveling in Assisi and Rome this month, so if you'd like to follow along, join me.

P.S. Thanks for the awesome response to my new one-week online course, "The Innernet," which is now open for registration. The $47 half price early bird discount ends May 31 (full price $97).

Ciao,


View my Current Painting Auctions
View All Available Paintings

24 April 2015

"The Innernet" with Abbey Ryan (my 1-week e-course is here)

The contrast between our lives offline (Innernet) and our lives online (Internet) can be immense.

Like you, I frequently reflect on this contrast and try to cultivate a fulfilling life offline while at the same time embracing all that makes the digital world remarkable.

My new one-week online course, "The Innernet," is open for registration at Viva Institute.

"The Innernet" is an invitation to disconnect from your life online (Internet) in order to fully connect to your life offline (Innernet). Continue reading...

In my workshops, private instruction sessions, and during my travels, I talk with so many of you who feel pulled in different directions, distracted by what is digitally at your fingertips, or just wishing you had more time to do what you love.

That's why I created this course, and why this first offering is priced so it's easy for you to join in and share the experience with your friends and colleagues. For all the details, click here.



I hope you will join me. It’s going to be fun.

All my best,


View my Current Painting Auctions
View All Available Paintings

22 April 2015

Mandarin Orange with Handmade Japanese Vase


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(3-day auction includes detail and framed views)

This week, I put out a call for my 2-question survey -- thank you for all the responses! I'll keep the survey active for a bit longer if you still want to chime in here.

Ending Soon

Click to view auction
(includes detail and framed views)

If you'd like to purchase my work, you can view my Current Painting Auctions and All Available Paintings.

Enjoy,

21 April 2015

Daffodil in a Glass Jar


Private Collection
View this painting #OnTheEasel

If you have a minute, please take this quick 2-question survey -- your responses will help me vary the days on which my auctions end so that if you've ever considered bidding on a painting, I can accommodate your preference. (In my last survey, an overwhelming majority said between 8pm and 10pm EST is best for auction end times.)


Ending Tonight - at 9 PM EST

Click to view auction

If you'd like to purchase my work, you can view my Current Painting Auctions and All Available Paintings.

Best,