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At Sweet 16, Sweden's Fia Fjelddahl has Rio 2016 in her sights

Sweden’s Fia Fjelddahl has a wise old brain on young shoulders as she bids to qualify her nation for Rio 2016, become a role model and make those closest to her proud at the Para World Sailing Championships in Williamstown, Australia. 1,582 more words


A mish mash

This blog post is a bit of a mish mash of stuff.

Firstly, I haven’t got the linky buttons sorted yet; partly due to me, mostly due to ongoing issues with my broadband. 428 more words

More book making

Janice Berkebile demonstrated making a Linen Travel Journal today at Daniel Smith mothership.  It’s one method of making a case bound book.  Along with the long-stitch leather journal she taught earlier in the year, I think this one could be another favorite! 94 more words

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Carl Maria von Weber: Euryanthe-Ouvertüre

Frankfurt Radio Symphony Orchestra
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Choosing Watercolours, Part 1 - The Scientific Method

I usually prefer to self-identify as an artist first, and an engineer never.  However, there are times, even when doing art, that I cannot deny my history and nature. 612 more words


Textures in Watercolor

Earlier today I went to a demo at the Daniel Smith mothership titled  “Dynamic Textures in Watercolor” done by Janice Berkebile.  The demo description:  “Janice uses watercolor like the atmosphere uses clouds, wind and precipitation. 219 more words


An Elegy for Daniel Smith

The following passage is from Walter Russell’s The Secret of Light:


The coming age will mark an epochal advancement in man’s evolution toward his goal of omniscience and omnipotence.

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