DIANE MOLINE    One Red Chair Studio

DIANE MOLINE    One Red Chair Studio

Welcome! Thanks for stopping by.  This blog and website are about art, books, travel, and the daily amazing.

Stop by often and sit a spell! Uh...you might have to clear the chair first.

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There's a change a-comin'

There's a change a-comin'

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Before I tell you more, here is my most recent entry into the 30-Day Learning Challenge. It’s another addition to the Principles of Creativity series I’m adapting from an online class which I shared here.

My renewal for Squarespace, where I keep my website, is coming up, but I’m seriously considering moving to another platform. One of the reasons is that I would love my readers to comment, share books, etc. on the blog, and have it easy to do.

(Until I get something new, you should know that if you leave a comment, you must first put a first name -first name only, if you want - and the comment can then be posted. That’s not clear at all right now. It’s very frustrating. AArrgh.)

If I do make the change, it will need to be by the end of the week. I may need to ask for your patience as I re-design. Mostly likely, you can go to my site and find a link to the new one - something I still have to work out - which might tell you to be patient for just a few days more! I really, really, hate when websites tell you they are “under construction” and never seem to be done, so be assured that it will be a high priority to have my site active and running in such an amazingly short time that you’ll wonder where I got my Superwoman cloak and can you have one of your own. (Gender specific, of course.)

I’m so eager to share with you the amazing art and artists books we saw this past weekend at the Bainbridge Art Museum.* And I have a few other posts dying to be shared (lots of May things in my head and on my lists), but they’ll have to wait while I furiously make my website, most importantly, EASY to comment on. Because I always want to hear from my readers!

*Teasers!

This artist, who I will tell you more about later, makes sculptures with clothes worn in famous paintings.

This artist, who I will tell you more about later, makes sculptures with clothes worn in famous paintings.

Ahem! These words are embroidered on fabric. Go figure.

Ahem! These words are embroidered on fabric. Go figure.

A vertical wire “ladder” with words formed that shadows reflect on wall to read.

A vertical wire “ladder” with words formed that shadows reflect on wall to read.

A series of metal leaves, each with part of a poem from a dying woman, shadows on wall.

A series of metal leaves, each with part of a poem from a dying woman, shadows on wall.

I will most likely send a separate email letting you know what’s going on when what’s going on goes on.As always, thank you for being a subscriber (if you are), and if you’re not, can I entice you??

PS The header is a closeup of the May page in the Flowers Through the Year 2016 Calendar, Artwork by me.

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Bertrand Russell

Bertrand Russell

Still  playing..

Still playing..