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Making Sausage and Cow Lips

As a general rule, I feel one should not know how the sausage is made! Especially when the bad parts like cow lips go in!  Sure, it will be tasty when it’s done, but do you really want to see them drop into the grinder. 344 more words


Small Business Saturday Jewelry Sale!

It’s time to support your local businesses and artists for the holiday! Shop local in the morning from 9am-11am at Red Door Coffeehouse (120 Louisiana Avenue in Perrysburg) to get both your morning coffee and a gift of handmade jewelry for someone you love! 70 more words


Artist, Native Americans hope new Bears Ears mural in Salt Lake City will create ‘a sense of responsibility to the land’

As smoke from the slow burn of sage, cedar and juniper filled the crisp, fall air, Carl Moore beat a drum and sang a traditional Lakota prayer, a “thank you” to the creator for the beautiful day and the colorful mural that towered behind him. 600 more words


Still not in winter mood

I still don´t feel for painting winter scenes…

So here come a few more sketches painted in autumn mood (and colors).

Mir ist noch nicht danach, Winter-Szenen zu malen… 36 more words

Carsten Wieland

Through Her Eyes

Today’s post is about Maryam Umar Maigida. An art historian and a very talented and unique painter from Nigeria.

It is honestly refreshing to see a female painter, from the northern part of Nigeria excelling in what is considered an unconventional career, by a society that generally under appreciate art. 1,282 more words

Our New Studio

We have indeed been off the radar for a long time … life-changing events do that, don’t they? And we certainly have a changed life after the sale of our boat a year ago. 141 more words