Emerging Artist At August Haven

By laura / July 22, 2020 /

Emerging Artist Exhibits at August Haven As an emerging artist,  I seek opportunities that create a win-win for interior designers and galleries.  Just a few weeks ago, I reached out to August Haven because I knew they’d be the perfect fit for my creative vision.  I’m excited to announce that I’ll have artwork on exhibit…

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Park Ridge Organics Farmer Robyn Calvey

By laura / April 27, 2020 /

The Illuminating Women Project highlights 30 inspiring women from Fond du Lac County. We’re sharing this exhibition online so you can feel inspired.  This week we’re highlighting the owner of Park Ridge Organics, Robyn Calvey, because she is illuminating… Robyn Calvey Robyn Calvey owns Park Ridge Organics, an organic farm on the beautiful Niagara Escarpment…

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Art Garage Mission In Space Exhibition

By laura / January 28, 2020 /

After a lot of rejections, I notice a subject line in my inbox. It reads:  Mission to Space Acceptance! I’m excited to announce my acceptance into an art exhibition at The Art Garage. The Mission to Space exhibition will take place January 31 – March 29, 2020. The jurors chose four pieces from my aerial…

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Find Happiness When Life Is Messy

By laura / December 31, 2019 /

“Happier than a pig in shit,” I said. I said that out loud after touring the Leinenkugel’s Brewery in Chippewa Falls, Wisconsin.  As my husband and I were sampling our beer, the words slipped out before my tiny filter could catch them.  Laughter rose from my inner most being and it felt so good. Learning…

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Kiekhaefer Park Needs Volunteers

By laura / December 3, 2019 /

Kiekhaefer Park is a breathe of fresh air. After a morning of working hard on our upcoming exhibition, Illuminating Women, I decided to take a hike at Kiekhaefer Park.  This is where I met John Abler, the Taycheedah Town Supervisor and member of the Park & Recreation Committee. John mentioned Kiekhaefer Park is in need…

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Wisconsin Artists Biennial At MOWA

By laura / October 24, 2019 /

After a lot of rejections, I notice a subject line in my inbox.  It reads:  Congratulations on behalf of the 2020 Wisconsin Artists Biennial I’m happy to announce that I’ll have art on exhibit at the Museum Of Wisconsin Art in January 2020. The Wisconsin Artists Biennial exhibition will take place January 25 – March…

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Wisconsin Lake Cottage Available For Rent

By laura / August 20, 2019 /

Lakeglass Cottage is now booking accommodations along the Lake Michigan shoreline. This mid-century modern lake cottage is a new construction located near Sheboygan, Wisconsin.  It includes modern amenities, providing you with the conveniences of home.  Consider this a home away from home.  I dream about spending my days at this lake cottage. Waking to the…

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Artist’s Journey Through The Fog

By laura / July 17, 2019 /

Fog comes in many forms. Therefore, it can be found anywhere from our brains to the environment.  After living in this fog for nearly two decades, I refuse to remain in the midst of it.  An artist’s journey through the fog is long, complex and unclear. Fog is beautiful. Although, it may not seem like…

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Currently Booking Art Commissions

By laura / April 10, 2019 /

I’m happy to announce that I’m currently booking art commissions. Once I started seeing my artwork occupying beautiful spaces, my vision for what’s possible exploded. Years ago, I chose three pieces of my art to hang above the couch in the living room. But it wasn’t until recently, that I viewed the photographs in a…

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Organic Produce Replaces Failed Recipe

By laura / September 26, 2018 /

I’m confident it’s possible to control my autoimmune disease through organic produce. But, it’s NO easy task.  Since attempting a gluten, dairy and egg free diet, I’ve experimented with baking several recipes.  The key to this is EXPERIMENTED.  My daughter didn’t even want to eat the first attempt and she eats everything.  Through trial and…

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