The Grande Ronde Valley.
My home. Where my heart and soul belong
I love Fall in Eastern Oregon. The sports, the cooler temperatures, and kids back in school. Most of all, I love the changing colors – the vibrance of them is almost alive, and they make me happy
Taken from the cavern behind the falls. Amazing!
Fire season wreaks havoc on my allergies and sinuses, and when the smoke gets really bad I always end up with a migraine.
Terrance caught a bunch of bass yesterday, and he had his first experience with learning how to fillet them. He was beyond excited!
One of the classes I have been taking this term is Design II (I took Design I last term). Design I mostly taught two-dimensional design techniques and practices, and Design II is structured around three-dimensional art (sculpture). I wasn’t sure how much I would like a sculpture class, but I have actually really enjoyed it. Throughout the term our assignments have focused on helping us utilize our strengths and improve our weaknesses, and although it’s been a struggle at times, I feel like I have learned a lot about design and about myself as an artist.
The “Final” for our class was a group project called Floatilla. I despise group projects, and I usually hate every minute I am forced to work on them, but this project ended up being a complete blast! Continue reading
How could I not love waking up every morning when this is the first thing I get to see . . .