Author Archives: tricia scott
“What art offers is space-a certain breathing room for the spirit.” ~ John Updike Ahh, yes! I agree. I’m a happier, more peace-filled person when I take the time to create, to play, in my art room. Especially sweet are the days when I get up early and have a bit of morning paint pushing before the … Continue reading
Oh, so very proud of my ballerina! She amazed me with the Cupid variation (from the Don Quixote ballet) at one of our local festivals. Dancing is where her heart is and she lights up as soon as the pointe shoes go on.
Almost finished. It will be for sale, hanging at Oddfellas Cantina in Floyd, come August. “I tried to discover, in the rumor of forests and waves, words that other men could not hear, and I pricked up my ears to listen to the revelation of their harmony.” ― Gustave Flaubert “There’s a lot of difference between listening and … Continue reading
…I received some exciting news. In August, Lesley Riley has a new book coming out, a book of illustrated quotes, and I’m happy and honored to say that I will have an artwork included! Whoot-whoot! The quote that I received to illustrate was a challenging one- ideas simmered in my mind for weeks before I was … Continue reading
We were meeting friends for lunch but were early so we decided to wander about. I was looking for four leaf clovers when I looked up and spotted her face, lost in wish making. I love that she wishes on things like I do. I love her crossed arms and her gentle heart. “Wish on everything. Pink … Continue reading
Back in October, I took a fun art class with Zephren Turner. Oh goodness, what a nice guy! And so talented! His wife, Page, was equally as wonderful. (Check out her amazing assemblages.) It was such a pleasure to meet them both and I meant to blog about the class months ago. But if you … Continue reading