Articles tagged as art
Spotlight: Janet Colvin (UniQue Treasures)|
By Nancy Polanski on April 5, 2010
Janet Colvin is a Texas based artist who, with her sister Connie, works metals and other assorted odds and ends into magical garden figures, some human, some not so human. Come and meet Janet........
Spotlight: Becky Moder (Boopaints)|
By Nancy Polanski on June 14, 2010
Boopaints on Cubits, Booplants on Dave's Garden, Becky Moder to her friends. She answers to all of them. This energetic, artistic lady is our spotlighted guest this week. She has a contagious smile and a warm, friendly personality. I know you will enjoy this informal chat with her.
Spotlight: Kathy Puckett (Boojum)|
By Nancy Polanski on June 28, 2010
Boojum, as she has always been known, is an expert on orchids. That's why I selected her to be in our Spotlight this week. She is the owner of An Orchid Obsession here on Cubits, which includes an ever growing Database. Whether you have orchids, or whether you don't, you will love the photos she publishes!
Spotlight: Dorothy McDevitt (Dorothy)|
By Sharon Brown on July 5, 2010
Art will forever be my passion, because it tells a story without words. Sometimes I happen upon an artist who with one brush stroke can say more words than I could write in a lifetime. I'd like you to meet one of those very talented artists. Chances are, you might already know her.
Spotlight: Jo Ann Gentle (ge1836)|
By Sharon Brown on August 30, 2010
I thought I was an artist until I met this week's Spotlight guest. Now I've decided I'm a student at the knees of a master. I knew Jo Ann could paint, I've followed her paintings for a long time, but I never knew till now just how talented she really is. It is my pleasure to introduce Jo Ann Gentle to you, and to show you some of her very beautiful work.
Spotlight: Kathleen Tenpas (Kathleen)|
By Nancy Polanski on October 4, 2010
Kathleen is the owner of a cubit named Farming. She and her husband run Hillfarm, in the Southern Tier of New York State. It's beautiful country, situated near Chautaqua Institute. She is also a writer, and a creator of Fiber Art, and she is chatting with us today.
Spotlight: Larry Rettig (LarryR)|
By Sharon Brown on October 25, 2010
Sometimes we meet a friend and we know within a heartbeat that our lives have been made better. It doesn't matter that we've never seen our new friend face to face, it only matters that the value of the friendship begins to evolve. Remember the old song "Anything You Can Do, I Can Do Better..."? Well, it was almost like that at the beginning, but I think I need to tell you the whole story so you'll understand.