As many of you also do, I use the arts as a place to process and express the intensity of feelings life evokes. A piece I wrote recently named Big Jugs is one of those […]
Do you know a woman who is helping make it more welcoming to ride bikes in the USA during what is now the biggest bike boom since the 1970s? Who comes to mind as someone […]
I saw a boy ride a bike through a puddle today so joyfully that it almost made me cry, as there has been so little joy in the world lately. I painted what I saw, […]
Pictured is Johanna DeCotis Smith, who, along with her husband Cole Smith, was my bike tour guide of the Atlanta Beltline so many years ago! See photos and story here*. Fun fact: Johanna actually rode […]
In separate news, there’s a giant bird feeder in the “piazza” at the High Museum of Art in Midtown Atlanta, and I have a LOT of questions . . .
The driver who hit me* last Monday in the self-proclaimed “family friendly” metro Atlanta suburb-city of Dunwoody, Georgia on a residential road was driving a 2015 Lincoln MKX (according to the police report), which is […]
Less than two months ago (on Saturday morning, May 30th, 2020), I rode my bike the five little miles from my suburb-city to the next one, where there was a ghost bike memorial for a […]
With my jug-carrying (since January, in preparation for the Peace Corps) possibly interrupted due to circumstances beyond my control, I am thrilled to share with you that an original piece I wrote, titled Big Jugs, […]