Perplexed that complete strangers kept waving to her, Harriet the Elegant ghost realized the pre-owned car she purchased had a former life as a taxi cab.
My friend was at the Jersey shore and told me about a woman in a boardwalk stall looking at her phone between customers. He described the scene as very Hopperesque due to the quiet isolation. I could not resist the idea of this so I did a painting in my sketchbook.
Misreading the recipe, Harriet the Elegant ghost added a bit too much yeast to her bread dough.
This is a portrait I did of my friend Claudia. It looks absolutely nothing like her. Claudia does not clad herself in Jarlsberg cheese wrappers, or any cheese wrappers for that matter. I am not even sure if Claudia likes cheese, but then again, who doesn’t like cheese???? Odder than the dress I choose forContinue reading “Portrait of Claudia”
Seeking adventure, Harriet the Elegant ghost takes up a hobby as a tag artist.
I have been engaged in a sketchbook practice making paper quilt collages that were inspired by the Gees Bend Quilters. This came about after attending a workshop through the National Gallery of Art’s Virtual Studio program. The initial post for this project can be found here. In addition to making the paper quilt collages, IContinue reading “Continuing the Paper Quilt Sketchbook Series”
Continuing her quest to economize, Harriet the Elegant ghost collected acorns at a nearby park where she evoked ire among the local squirrel population.
In an attempt to stay up until midnight to ring in the New Year, Harriet the Elegant ghost drank one too many cups of coffee and was awake until 8 a.m. on January 3rd.
Unable to find a pet sitter, Harriet the Elegant ghost had no choice but to take Fluffy, her reluctant cat, with her for the holidays.