Friday, November 28, 2008

Elizabeth Mooney

I found this artist via Micheal Rosenthal Gallery emails I receive [I added myself to their email list after walking in off of the street in San Fransisco]. So far I've only seen Mooney's work through their site - but I would love to see them in person.
Also on the list of upcoming shows at MR Gallery: Amy Casey - just did a post on her work a few weeks ago. [scroll down to check her out]

Wednesday, November 26, 2008


Old Photos

My dad (far left) and his little brothers in Yellow Stone Park circa late 1960s

Paige and Johnny at the Utah State Fair

Little cousin Chad

My parents on their wedding day - it's the only photo of them at the temple that day.
They look like little kids to me

Willow Creek Farm in Draper

Saturday, November 15, 2008

of course . . .

I have been on the prowl for a long dress (or skirt) for the last oh, 6-9 months.  This is literally one of the first that I really liked - and it's $275.  perfect.

Friday, November 14, 2008

I do wish I could afford these paintings by Amy Casey.  I like her dusty whimsical style.  Plus she's got a sweet little web page too.

Pixie Market

I heart heart this little shop that I found on {frolic!}

Sunday, November 9, 2008

Naturalist Artist - Andy Goldsworthy

This one is said to be made from icicles and saliva - genius

Neil introduced me to this artist while we were at the Denver Museum of Fine Art. He uses materials from nature to create his work. I enjoy that they are temporary as well. It's kind of like all of nature - there can be so much beauty and greatness, but it's delicate and often temporary.

Tuesday, November 4, 2008

Post Cards found in Fort Collins

This little guy is from North Carolina. I'm just now realizing that it could be seen as falic? Ah well, I've wanted to go to NC forever. One day, one day.

Mount Olympus in Washington State

Cute house on lake that I will live in one day

Good old Utah State Capitol