no woman is an island….continues

Occasionally people contact me for permission to use images and/or posts from this blog. These are three outcomes ranging from across the globe. I note the different type of organizations and the connecting thread to educate.


Melissa Marquez, a freelance graphic designer out of Albuquerque, NM – interning with the National Hispanic Cultural Center – contacted me this summer. She specifically requested to use a border from a painted ceramic tile piece I created. Above (and below) is her take on the simple design. It will also be used to border areas in the gallery space.
The upcoming exhibition is titled “En la Cocina with San Pasqual.”

The original design → here.

Melissa Marquez is a freelance graphic designer → website.
National Hispanic Cultural Center → website.

SanPascual_invite2Using a detail of one of my works on paper, below – Lesley Grecco designed a postcard for a workshop titled Bodywork for Voice and Movement Practitioners. Initially Lesley contacted me because she wanted to use images for a lecture she was giving to medical personal about Craniosacral Bodywork. Coincidentally I’d become interested in the body work and she directed me to valuable resources.

Lesley Grecco lives in Toronto, Canada, here is her → website link.

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Amira Robinson from New Zealand requested use of photos from a drawing class – on contour study.  The article was for a Student Art Guide that helps art students excel. The photos below are her specific choice. They are only a few of many interesting works in her article.

I should note this one link brings my blog daily traffic, from all over the world.

Amira’s → article.

drawing-pineconesThe internet is one interesting medium. I’ve been invited to give a virtual residency. If things go as planned it will be next month. Let’s see how that goes.

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