Wishing You All a Merry Christmas

Just wanted to wish you all a very Merry Christmas (or whatever holiday you may celebrate for the year). Here in the USA it’s traditional to bake cookies and share them with friends, as that’s a bit hard to do across the continents I’d like to at least share my Grandmothers Cookie Recipe with you all. I hope your enjoy the season’s time of joy with friends and family.


Click on the image to go to the page where you can see a larger print of the recipe just view larger..

Glen Echo Labor Day Art Show

My art work (oil painting and photography) will be included in the 41st Labor Day Art Show to be held in the Spanish Ballroom in Glen Echo Park, MD USA September 2 – 5. If you’re close to the Washington DC area you may be interested in stopping by and viewing work of all the artist participating in the show. It covers many mediums (paintings, photography, pottery, glass, and sculpture).

For more information or directions to the park you can visit their website at

Glen Echo Park

Since when does Redbubble decide how you sell your work?

I don’t know about anyone else, but I’m a bit annoyed that Redbubble added this new print option without telling anyone, and worse yet defaulted everyone’s portfolio to be selling prints. When I signed up for Redbubble it was understood that I and I alone would be able to decide how I sold my pictures. Some pictures I sell only as canvas, some I sell as cards but the option as to how and what I sold were mine to choose.

Today out of the blue, they decided to mark all my pictures as available to sell as prints and I’m really upset about this. If your unaware this is happening to you as well, you should let them know. I opened an issue in the support center about the default being set to on instead of allowing the artist the decision to turn it on or off.