Category Archives: Paintings
“NASS” stands for the North American Spine Society, and each year it holds an annual meeting much like other associations to become smarter, inspired, and updated in the field of spine surgery. This year I was invited by my client, … Continue reading
We have some new dates for September: the 11th, 18th, and 25th. Added a younger class too, we now start with 6 year olds! Hoping for some good turnout and I know it will be a ton of fun. See … Continue reading
I am going to teach some art again this summer! I’ve missed it since I closed down my art store, where we did classes, workshops, private lessons and general mess-making. Time to open up my home and try it out … Continue reading
Saturday Clint and I started looking at houses in person. We are looking in the area of the new building site for Orthofix – my company will make the move in 2010 – since I am in love with a … Continue reading
I have accomplished many goals this year. Getting dental work taken care of, making it to work on time consistently, drinking enough water for the first time in my life… I’m feeling pretty good about these things, for sure, but … Continue reading
I write from a new part of the country with a newish job and a new fiance! Here’s what’s going on: In Jan 08 Clint and I moved to Newton Upper Falls, MA and I started working as a full-time … Continue reading
In our first year of medical illustration school, we drew a hip bone. It seemed like a never-ending project at the time. When it was finally over, this is how I made use of some intermediate versions of the drawing.