Tag Archives: history

Chevy Cruise Night in Lemont

Last week I timed my inventory drop off at Aurora Rose Boutique to coincide with Chevy Cruise Night. I’m partial to Chevrolet, since an early car of mine was a Cavalier. The cars line up from 6 pm to 9 pm along Main and Canal Streets. I’d only caught a glimpse of downtown Lemont earlier […]

Perusing “Prints and the Pursuit of Knowledge”

Lately printmaking has been a theme in my life. I’ve become more aware of local print shops, there is a pop-up downtown I need to visit, and I am thinking more about impressions and linocutting in my own work. So when I saw that the Mary and Leigh Block Museum of Art had an exhibit […]

sassy goddesses from 400 B.C.

“I prefer the title Goddess.  Queens have realms that are entirely too limited.” ~Demeter in P.C. Cast’s Goddess of Spring I submitted my love-themed collage to Dick Blick, which had me perusing my photos from Greece, where I photographed the Goddess of Love a few times. This one, Sassy Aphrodite, will go up on the […]