The Art of Diana Dee: Dogwood Arts Art DeTour 2015

My Love-Hate Relationship with Nature

A person once asked me, "Why don't you like flowers?"...more

Weekly Photo Challenge: Afloat

Chalk one up for fun: Dogwood Arts

Three Endangered Species Sculptures are Done

 I am doing a series of clay sculptures of critically endangered species, and I have now done three; The Chinese Tiger, The Chinese Giant Salamander, Baby Leatherback Turtles. I have also finished the clay work on the Eastern Lowland Gorilla. They are all headed for extinction without serious intervention. We are in the middle of a mass extinction of plants and animals in the world. To find out how to help, contact The Nature Conservancy.  Also, don't forget my book, Enfolded in Silence/A Story in Art of Healing from Sexual Trauma in childhood....more

Kalisha reads from her story “Who Killed Her?” at BRN Issue 15.1 Release @NYU.

Black Renaissance Noire Volume 15.1 Issue Release: Reading and ReceptionFriday, May 1, 2015, 7:00, RSVP Black Renaissance Noire&...more

Teachers can paint: Art Source 2015

Very fine indeed: Dogwood Arts 2015 Regional Fine Arts Exhibition

Portraits and Sky by Margaret Aycock

 I thought I would revisit a few paintings that were used as an excuse to paint both a portrait and a wild and interesting sky.  We have wonderful sunsets, dramatic storms and beautiful clouds out here in the flat lands and I like to include them when ever I can.  The middle painting is open for bidding on Ebay today.  The others have already been sold. To visit my Blog ...more

The tulips at Cherokee: Dogwood Arts 2015