Click here to jump directly to art-making instructions. I started writing this on a rainy day in my corner of France with intermittent thunder and lightning. I’m sitting in a cozy stone barn with a sharply slanting roof. For some 300 years this building was home to sheep. With some upgrades like a water-tight roof,… Read more »

I am in my beloved French countryside in a tiny hamlet in southwestern France. I have close relationships with neighbors, some of whom I have known for 30 years now. Yesterday, for a lark, Roz Jacobs and I took an hour-long drive through the countryside to go to a vide greniers (literally an emptying of… Read more »