There aren't any widgets in this section. Go to WP Admin → Appearance → Widgets and add some to Top Bar Widgets. You can disable this section in the Theme Options.
Monthly Archives: April 2014
grandma helmas house

Grandma Helma’s Home

GRANDMA HELMA’S HOME   My name is Dorsey.  Dorothea is on my birth certificate.  Dorothea was the daughter of my Dad’s namesake: Peter Livingston Edwards.  After giving me the name, he called me Dorsey.  I can count on both hands the number of times I have been called Dorothea by anyone. “Dorsey”  suits me.  I have always liked it, partly because […]

CONTINUE READING
Patience a new painting and blog post by Dorsey McHugh

Patience – Image or Story?

PATIENCE – MIXED ON BOARD – 32X40 Sometimes, I wonder what I love more…image or story.  If this were a race, it would be close.   I understand and value the power of both.  Image is something that comes into my imagination and holds on there until I put my hand to it.   The image then, has a life of […]

CONTINUE READING
Patience loves true - a new blog post and painting by Dorsey McHugh

Patience Loves True

PATIENCE LOVES TRUE – 12X12 – acrylic on board   It is another day.  Another day in which to live and breathe and have our being!  I love those words.  Do you ever just fall in love with a word?  Everyone is different. Our favorite words can say so much about us.  One of my favorites is forsythia.  I LOVE the […]

CONTINUE READING
life is art - a new blog post and painting by Dorsey McHugh

Life is Art

Life is Art Life is art….just think about breathing…or about getting dressed in the morning.  Early in my childhood, my dad and my sister both encouraged me to think beyond the surface of things.  Thinking has turned everyday moments into amazing fantasies…..One moment at a time.  This moment I am in holds so much interest.  I am literally bursting! […]

CONTINUE READING

Report on Innovat8e Conference

WHERE I WANT TO BE This is an image we used at a recent innovat8e conference in Franklin.  There were 30+ participants, mostly professionals:  Our exercise was to look at the painting for a few moments and write our impressions as if having fallen into the adventure of its imagery.  Here are a few of the stories: ————————— […]

CONTINUE READING