Artworks sometimes manage to find right homes. The sculpture "I Care" certainly did. A couple, bird watchers whose house is located in a bird sanctuary, came to the last American Craft Council show with the intention to find a piece to put in a decorative bird cage (photo). With the lid open, the whole thing signifies more meaning now. "Martha and Co," the wife calls it, is releasing the birds into freedom. I was delighted that a couple, who knew about Martha the last passenger pigeon, acquired this piece. I feel like a mother, whose grown child has just left the nest. Despite my initial worry, I feel reassured that the child will do well in the new home.
My computer graphic teacher, who has been producing charming illustrations in Paris.
My mentor. His encouragement always boosts my energy.
Jewish Pioneers of the Black Hills Gold Rush
My writing in my portfolio was polished by Ann Haber Stanton, the author of the above book.
Othmar F. Arnold
A radical thinker, whose aspirations are similar to mine.
My Past Photo Albums